Master of Engineering Science
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Abdallah Shami
One of the most crucial goals of future cellular systems is to minimize transmission power while increasing system performance. This master thesis work presents two channel-queue-aware scheduling schemes to allocate channels among active users in uplink LTE. Transmission power, packet delays and data rates are three of the most important criteria critically affecting the resource allocation designs. Therefore, each of these two scheduling algorithms proposes a practical method that assigns resources in such a way so as to optimally maximize data rate and minimize transmission power and packet delays while ensuring the QoS requirements. After converting the resource allocation problem into an optimization problem, the objective function and associated constraints are derived. Due to the contiguity constraint, which is imposed by SC-FDMA in uplink LTE, binary integer programming is employed to solve the optimization problem. Also the heuristic algorithms that approximate optimal schemes are presented to decrease the algorithm complexity.
Reyhanimasoleh, Aidin, "Resource Allocation in Uplink Long Term Evolution" (2013). Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository. 1627.