In this paper we present a greedy approach to create hi- erarchical network topologies for throughput optimization in single access point to create hierarchical network topolo- gies. By minimizing electromagnetic interference, we opti- mize throughput by creating topologies where the probabil- ity of a collision occurring is low. We evaluate a series of greedy topology algorithms based on the average through- put of the resulting network. We conclude that hierarchical network topologies generated with greedy algorithms signif- icantly outperform networks with simple star topologies by up to 75%.
Johnson, Ian; Gabrielsen, Erik; Nguyen, Danh; Pham, Gavin; Saladna, Alex; and Siems, Travis (2017) "A Dynamic Hierarchical Network Topology to Reduce Interference in User-Rich LANs," SMU Journal of Undergraduate Research: Vol. 3 , Article 5. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25172/jour.3.1.5
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