Frequency assignment problem in networks with limited spectrum

Frequency assignment problem in networks with limited spectrum The frequency assignment problem (FAP) asks for assigning frequencies (channels) in a wireless network from the available radio spectrum to the transceivers of the network. One of the graph theoretical models of FAP is the L(3, 2, 1)-labeling of a graph, which is an abstraction of assigning integer frequencies to radio transceivers such that (i) transceivers that are one unit of distance apart receive frequencies that differ by at least three, (ii) transceivers that are two units of distance apart receive frequencies that differ by at least two, and (iii) transceivers that are three units of distance apart receive frequencies that differ by at least one. The relaxation of the L(3, 2, 1)-labeling called the (s, t, r)-relaxed k-L(3, 2, 1)-labeling is proposed in this paper. This concept is a generalization of the (s, t)-relaxed k-L(2, 1)-labeling (Lin in J Comb Optim 2016, doi: 10.1007/s10878-014-9746-9 ). Basic properties of (s, t, r)-relaxed k-L(3, 2, 1)-labeling are discussed and optimal (s, t, r)-relaxed k-L(3, 2, 1)-labelings for paths and some cycles as well as for the hexagonal lattice and the square lattice are determined. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Central European Journal of Operations Research Springer Journals

Frequency assignment problem in networks with limited spectrum

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Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Copyright © 2016 by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
Subject
Business and Management; Operations Research/Decision Theory
ISSN
1435-246X
eISSN
1613-9178
D.O.I.
10.1007/s10100-016-0462-7
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Abstract

The frequency assignment problem (FAP) asks for assigning frequencies (channels) in a wireless network from the available radio spectrum to the transceivers of the network. One of the graph theoretical models of FAP is the L(3, 2, 1)-labeling of a graph, which is an abstraction of assigning integer frequencies to radio transceivers such that (i) transceivers that are one unit of distance apart receive frequencies that differ by at least three, (ii) transceivers that are two units of distance apart receive frequencies that differ by at least two, and (iii) transceivers that are three units of distance apart receive frequencies that differ by at least one. The relaxation of the L(3, 2, 1)-labeling called the (s, t, r)-relaxed k-L(3, 2, 1)-labeling is proposed in this paper. This concept is a generalization of the (s, t)-relaxed k-L(2, 1)-labeling (Lin in J Comb Optim 2016, doi: 10.1007/s10878-014-9746-9 ). Basic properties of (s, t, r)-relaxed k-L(3, 2, 1)-labeling are discussed and optimal (s, t, r)-relaxed k-L(3, 2, 1)-labelings for paths and some cycles as well as for the hexagonal lattice and the square lattice are determined.

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Central European Journal of Operations ResearchSpringer Journals

Published: Dec 10, 2016

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