An Adaptive Collision Resolution Protocol for Random Accessed Channels.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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This thesis investigates the performance of two collision resolution protocols for a random accessed channel. The two proposed protocols are basically multislot collision resolution algorithms. In the first protocol, the number of slots opened is equal to the number of users involved in a collision. Each user randomly selects a slot. The second protocol is an adaptive version of the first protocol. Both of them are investigated numeric calculations and simulations. Keywords include Collision resolution algorithms, Slotted channels, Packet, Random access, Separated resolution, and Collective resolution.
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