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But we also do not want to copy a segment that is scheduled to in j since there is a probability (different than zero) that this segment will be wasted. The same applies to infostation , if . For this reason we will work with the set and v(i, j). 24. The file is divided in 10 segments, the mobile is at position 4 and picked one segment . The algorithm has to schedule new segments for the next step. 39. 52 NEXT GENERATION WIRELESS NETWORKS In order to decide what to schedule at the other infostations it is necessary to consider each infostation separately.
We know that there are paths with this property. But the probability of each one of them is exactly the same. This statement will become more clear with the discussion below. The probability of a path that starts in 0 and passes through r for the first time in steps will be a function of the number of steps taken to the right and to the left. Assuming all steps are independent of each other, if the mobile take steps to the right and steps to the left, the probability, , of this path is given by In order to satisfy the first passage time condition In order to arrive to position r, we need that which implies that for all the given by paths.
The excellent performance of the algorithm is in part due to the fact that we are transmitting in all infostations that will possibly be in the path. In the single user case this is not a problem since all the links can be used for one user. If we increase the number of users it may not be possible to coordinate all transmissions to all users if the boundaries overlap. Therefore, to evaluate the algorithm efficiency we change the number of infostations to where the system transmits to. We consider the case Infostations: New Perspectives On Wireless Data Networks 57 where the system transmits to C infostations to the right and to the left total number of infostations).