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Haenggi Selected for Spotlight in IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing

Christine Broadbent Landaw • DATE: February 23, 2012

Haenggi Selected for Spotlight in IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing

Professor Martin Haenggi

Characterizing the performance of ad hoc networks is one of the most intricate open challenges; conventional ideas based on information-theoretic techniques and inequalities have not yet been able to successfully tackle this problem in its generality. Motivated thus, we promote the totally asymmetric simple exclusion process (TASEP), a particle flow model in statistical mechanics, as a useful analytical tool to study ad hoc networks with random access. Employing the TASEP framework, we first investigate the average end-to-end delay and throughput performance of a linear multihop flow of packets. 

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Martin Haenggi is a Notre Dame Professor of Electrical Engineering and Concurrent Professor of Applied and Computational Mathamatics and Statistics.

Sunil Srinivasa (Notre Dame PhD, 2011) is Senior Systems Design Engineer, LSI Corporation.