Wireless Fair Intelligent Admission Control - WFIAC

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Proceedings - International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, AINA, 2013, pp. 1001 - 1008
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In next generation wireless networks like WiMAX, a dynamic Call Admission Control (CAC) plays an important role to ensure Quality of Service (QoS) of existing users and to efficiently utilize network resources. We propose a predictive CAC namely Wireless Fair Intelligent Admission Control (WFIAC) that admits or rejects a new incoming connection base on resource availability and load in the network. The proposed CAC works in conjunction to a load control module namely WiMAX Fair Intelligent Congestion Control (WFICC) to determine load in network. The proposed CAC is based on bandwidth borrowing and degradation of over provisioned connections in order to minimize blocking probability and to maximize resource utilization in the network. Once the network load reduces, WFICC upgrades the bandwidth allocated to connections that have data to send. So, WFIAC along with WFICC ensures the network operates around a target operating point to guarantee QoS to end users. A detailed and comprehensive simulation is performed in ns-2 to show the efficiency of the proposed CAC scheme in terms of blocking probability of different service classes and QoS provisioning to existing connections when the network is in congested and non congested state. © 2013 IEEE.
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