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Protecting the prestige of instant networks and their destiny strength because the prepares for 4G, this paintings adopts a logical technique, starting every one bankruptcy with introductory fabric, prior to continuing to extra complicated themes and instruments for process analysis.


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In this section we provide a simple review of the most important principles in the field which provides a background to study the routing algorithms. Elementary Concepts: A graph G(V,E) is two sets of objects, vertices (or nodes), set V and edges, set E. A graph is represented with dots or circles (vertices) interconnected by lines (edges). The magnitude of graph G is characterized by the number of vertices |V| (called the order of G) and the number of edges |E|, size of G. The running time of algorithms is measured in terms of order and size.

We will use notation node 0 for the destination node and node i to denote any source node on the hoping distance hi. Parameter αiw will represent the probability that there is direct link (shortcut) between nodes i and w, and Piw the power needed for direct transmission from node i to node w. We use Pi to denote the average power consumption for the transmission from node i (on the hopping distance hi) to the destination node 0. For any user located in hop 1, its power consumption is obtained as P1 = α10 P10 + 1 − α10 α11 P11 + P1 + 1 − α10 1 − α11 α12 P12 + P2 191 where the first term indicates the power needed to transmit directly to the destination denoted by P10 multiplied by the probability α10 that this transmission will happen.

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