Conference paper Open Access
Fawaz Ibrahim; Ciblat Philippe; Sarkiss Mireille
This paper investigates the energy consumption minimization
for resource scheduling in a wireless communication.
We propose to take into account a strict delay constraint for each
queued packet rather than an average delay constraint, in addition
to a buffer overflow constraint. The associated optimization
problem can be modeled as Constraint Markov Decision Problem
where the actions are the number of packets sent on the known
channel at each slot. The optimal random policy is exhibited
through the resolution of standard linear programming. We show
the gain in energy is substantial compared to naive policy.