Green Energy and Content-Aware Data Transmissions in Maritime Wireless Communication Networks
Abstract— Green Energy and Content-Aware Data Transmissions in Maritime Wireless Communication Networks. We investigate the network through-put and energy sustainability of green-energy-powered maritime wireless communication networks. Specifically, we study how to optimize the schedule of data traffic tasks to maximize the net-work throughput with Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access technology. To this end, we formulate it as an optimization problem to maximize the weight of the total delivered data packets, while ensuring that harvested energy can successfully support transmission tasks. The formulated energy and content-aware vessel throughput maximize problem is proved to be < Final Year Projects 2016 >NP-complete. We propose a green energy and content-aware data transmission framework that incorporates the energy limitation of both infostations and delay-tolerant network throw boxes. The green energy buffer is modeled as a G/G/1 queue, and two heuristic algorithms are designed to optimize the transmission throughput and energy sustainability. Extensive simulations demonstrate that our proposed algorithms can provide simple yet efﬁcient solutions in a maritime wireless communication network with sustainable energy.
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