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“…A well-known fairness criterion is called max-min fairness (MMF) [15,16], which tries to allocate bandwidth equally. That is, a resource allocation is said to be max-min fair, if it is impossible to increase the bandwidth of any flow A without decreasing the bandwidth of another flow B where B's allocation was less than or equal to A's allocation.…”
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“…A well-known fairness criterion is called max-min fairness (MMF) [15,16], which tries to allocate bandwidth equally. That is, a resource allocation is said to be max-min fair, if it is impossible to increase the bandwidth of any flow A without decreasing the bandwidth of another flow B where B's allocation was less than or equal to A's allocation.…”
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“…Then it updates the transmission rate according to (16). Meanwhile, the link updates the clique price according to (15).…”
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“…The prior work focuses only on rate preferences, using techniques such as weighted fair queueing (WFQ) [3] to provide weighted fairness. Such work can be found in several contexts, ranging from multihoming to wireless to wireless mesh networks [1,21].…”
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“…Through the macro model, flow control algorithms that are designed for wired networks are applied to the wireless networks. In our previous research [10], [11], we show how to use our macro model to achieve max-min fairness [12] in MANETs. However, a centralized intelligence is used to construct our macro model.…”
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