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標題: | 有限狀態馬可夫通道之效能模型及其應用 The FSMC-based Performance Models and Their Applications |

作者: | 李世詠 Lee, Shi-Yong |

關鍵字: | FSMC;有限狀態馬可夫通道;SSPC;Cooperative communication;單一步階功率控制;合作式通訊 |

出版社: | 電機工程學系所 |

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摘要: | 本論文主要探討使用有限狀態馬可夫通道於不同通訊系統中的系統效能模型及其應用。此研究分為兩個部份，其一我們提出在理想反饋通道下單一步階功率控制系統的效能分析及模型，此分析協助我們建立其佇列變動模型。藉此，系統可以在同時維持單一步階功率控制效能及溢位機率之條件下，決定最佳緩衝器容量。再者我們亦研究於非理想反饋通道下單一步階功率控制系統之效能模型，此研究包含三種非理想反饋通道，其一造成反饋命令錯誤，其二導致反饋命令遺失，其三產生反饋命令延遲。此研究中提出的模型將協助我們瞭解單一步階功率控制系統之特性。 本論文研究的第二個部份，我們將有限狀態馬可夫通道應用於使用適應性調變之解碼後轉傳合作通訊系統，並提出兩種模型。其一為調變模式變動模型，其二為每一中繼點之解碼行為模型。在此研究的開端我們藉由研究一理想協定以了解此系統之最佳效能，接著提出兩種中繼點選擇協定，其中最佳化協定需參考即時通道狀態資訊，而次佳化協定則需利用通道分佈資訊。最後亦有延伸的模擬實驗以驗證所提出模型之正確性，並展示所提協定之可用性。 In this dissertation, we primarily study the performance models of different communication protocols and their applications when the finite-state Markov channel (FSMC) model is adopted as the channel variation model. This work is divided into two parts. In the first part of this work, the performance modeling for a single step power control (SSPC) system is proposed under the situation that the feedback channel is perfect. This understanding helps us construct a queuing variation model. This queuing variation model can determine the optimal buffer size of the system while maintaining the performance of SSPC and the probability of overflow. Furthermore, the performance modeling of SSPC under imperfect feedback channel is also investigated. Three scenarios of imperfect feedback channel are considered in this part. One is the feedback channel introduces error to the feedback command. The other is the feedback channel erases the feedback command. Another is the feedback channel induces the transmission delay to the feedback command. The proposed four performance models help us understand the behavior of SSPC. The second part in this work is to make use of FSMC in a decode-and-forward (DF) cooperative communication system with adaptive modulation (AM), in where two models are proposed. One is the model of modulation mode variation and the other is the model of the decoding behavior at each relay. In the beginning of this part, an ideal protocol is studied in order to access the ideal performance of the DF cooperative communication system with AM. Then two relay selection protocols are proposed based on the instantaneous channel state information and channel distribution information, which are referred to the optimal protocol and the suboptimal protocol, respectively. Followed by them are the extensive simulations, which are conducted to validate the proposed models and to show the workability of the proposed protocols in this work. |

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