Collaborative network participants can jointly achieve advanced networking functions beyond simple relaying of data packets. They enable distributed network reconfiguration and autonomous tuning of software and hardware among peers, to support diverse and evolving application requirements and networking environments. However, the combination of mutual interference, network scale, decentralized control, and possible multihop radio instability, brings new challenges to the paradigm of intelligent collaboration in future generation wireless networks. We conduct research to create new theories and technologies toward promoting intelligent collaboration among the peer devices in a wireless system. This project aims to achieve efficient provisioning of resources and services, leveraging the benefit of joint-communication and joint-processing power of multiple wireless devices in proximity.
University of Toronto
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