Performance evaluation of ITLinQ and FlashLinQ for overlaid device-to-device communication. Mungara, R.; Zhang, X.; Lozano, A.; and Heath, R. In 2015 IEEE International Conference on Communication Workshop, ICCW 2015, 2015.
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? 2015 IEEE.We present a performance evaluation of ITLinQ and FlashLinQ, the two most popular schemes proposed to date to channelize D2D transmissions, i.e., to parse transmissions into noninterfering sets to be allocated to separate channels. Recognizing that it captures well the spatial characteristics of D2D networks, a stochastic geometry setting is utilized for this evaluation with the parameters of either scheme optimized in order to maximize the system spectral efficiency (bits/s/Hz per unit area). Although independently formulated and seemingly based on different principles, both schemes are found to exercise similar mechanisms to avoid situations of excessive interference, yielding substantial improvements with respect to unchannelized networks.
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 abstract = {? 2015 IEEE.We present a performance evaluation of ITLinQ and FlashLinQ, the two most popular schemes proposed to date to channelize D2D transmissions, i.e., to parse transmissions into noninterfering sets to be allocated to separate channels. Recognizing that it captures well the spatial characteristics of D2D networks, a stochastic geometry setting is utilized for this evaluation with the parameters of either scheme optimized in order to maximize the system spectral efficiency (bits/s/Hz per unit area). Although independently formulated and seemingly based on different principles, both schemes are found to exercise similar mechanisms to avoid situations of excessive interference, yielding substantial improvements with respect to unchannelized networks.},
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