Communications in Mobile Wireless Networks: A Finite Time-Horizon Viewpoint
In mobile wireless networks (MWNs), short-term communications carry two key features: 1) Different from communications over a large time window where the performance is governed by the long-term average effect, the short-term communications in MWNs are sensitive to the instantaneous location and channel condition caused by node mobility. 2) The short-term communications in MWNs have the finite blocklength coding effect which means it is not amenable to the...[Show more]
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