Delivery delay analysis of network coded wireless broadcast schemes
In this paper we study in-order packet delivery delay of two recently proposed network coded transmission schemes with applications in wireless broadcast. Unlike previous works where asymptotic behaviour of decoding or delivery delay was presented, we provide a general analysis of the three conditions under which in-order packet delivery is possible at a receiver: by 1) catching up with the sender, 2) receiving while a leader, and 3) chance decoding. We use a Markov model to represent the...[Show more]
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