Resource allocation method using tug-of-war-based synchronization

19 Aug 2021  ·  Song-Ju Kim, Hiroyuki Yasuda, Ryoma Kitagawa, Mikio Hasegawa ·

We propose a simple channel-allocation method based on tug-of-war (TOW) dynamics, combined with the time scheduling based on nonlinear oscillator synchronization to efficiently use of the space (channel) and time resources in wireless communications. This study demonstrates that synchronization groups, where each node selects a different channel, are non-uniformly distributed in phase space such that every distance between groups is larger than the area of influence. New type of self-organized spatiotemporal patterns can be formed for resource allocation according to channel rewards.

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