Delay Models for Static and Adaptive Persistent Resource Allocations in Wireless Systems
Abstract—Delay Models for Static and Adaptive Persistent Resource Allocations in Wireless Systems. A variety of scheduling strategies can be employed in wireless systems to satisfy different system objectives and to cater for different traffic types.Static persistent resource allocations can be employed to transfer small < Final Year Projects 2016 > M2M data packets efficiently compared to dynamic packet-by-packet scheduling, even when the M2M traffic model is non-deterministic. Recently adaptive persistent allocations have been proposed in which the volume of allocated resources can change in sympathy with the instantaneous queue size at the M2M device and without expensive signaling on control channels. This increases the efficiency of resource usage at the expense of a (typically small) increased packet delay.