This course aims at giving the students a complete overview of cooperation among modern communication networks that aids in achieving maximum network efficiency. The knowledge of approaches and methods of game theory allows the analysis of conflict situations as they occur, in the resource allocation of radio systems. The idea of cooperation among pure peer to peer networks is extended to multi-channel aware cooperation techniques like in the case of LTE over wireless meshed devices. The use of modern coding techniques such as network coding for improving the cooperation gains is highlighted in the lecture. The concept of compressed sensing and its role in cooperative systems are also briefly discussed. The final lectures deal with the application of cooperative techniques to modern networks including mobile edge clouds, wireless sensor networks and p2p networks.
The theoretical concepts dealt in the lectures are complemented with some interesting hands on experiments and games in the exercise sessions to provide an intuitive understanding of the practical use of cooperative systems.
Language of lecture: English
This course is offered only in Summer Semester
Lectures: Tuesday 13:00 – 14:30
Exercises: Friday 09:20 – 10:50 (Even weeks)
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The students are evaluated based on a written examination (120 min) at the end of the course.
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Technische Universität Dresden
Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Institute of Communication Technology
Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communication Networks
01062 Dresden, Germany