Modeling Bluetooth radio technology simulation using Multi-agent based system and Genetic Algorithm design paradigm
Hiles, John E.
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This thesis uses Multi-agent systems (MAS), and Genetic Algorithm (GA) techniques to develop a Bluetooth radio system simulation that is called "Wireless World". Typically, wireless world is a simple two-dimensional (2D) toy model of Bluetooth Technology implemented in the Java programming language version 1.2.1 and Borland jbuilder3 university edition editor environment. In addition, the wireless model is designed for outdoor environment for the six different weather conditions. And in the environment, there may be situated three types of interference systems. Within these systems, the IEEE 802.11b WLAN, an alternative to the BT, is implemented as interference in the simulation environment. The goal of the wireless world simulation is to explore the performance limitations and restrictions on the basis of the current Bluetooth technology specifications. This simulation will hopefully help Bluetooth system designers and decision-makers in gaining insight into the system performance analysis and enable them to make more informed decisions in the future.
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