Experience data excavating based distributed occasional communication establishing for swarm in remote region

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Abstract

This paper focuses on the issue of distributed occasional communication establishing in a fickle complex remote region with declining communication frequency points, where the communication frequency point condition is depicted by both communication frequency point quality and the coverage of jammers. A frequency point condition behavior regulation is established to depict the declining communication frequency point. By exploring communication frequency point quality and exploring the jammers activity jointly, an experience excavating behavior-based algorithm is put forwarded for occasional communication establishing. To reduce complexity and achieve relatively improved traffic complete capability, a voracious method is put forwarded, where user selects a communication frequency point with the best expected traffic complete rate to optimize the immediate benefit in the current period. By observing the simulation outputs, the put forwarded method achieves improved traffic complete capacity than the current works under changing conditions.

Keywords

Distributed optimization Occasional communication establishing Experience data excavating Remote region Communication frequency point 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Communication EngineeringArmy Engineering University of PLANanjingChina
  2. 2.College of Command Information SystemsArmy Engineering University of PLANanjingChina

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