Jointly optimizes the demand injected traffic (congestion control) and link transmission powers ina wireless network, solving a NUM formulation.
Given a wireless network where each link capacity is determined by the link SNR (signal to noise ratio - incliding interferences), and given a set of unicast traffic demands defined in it. This algorithm first computes one shortest path route per demand, which will carry the demand traffic. Then, jointly optimizes (i) the traffic to inject by each demand, and (ii) the transmission power in the wireless links, to optimize a fair allocation of the traffic among the sources (demands). The link capacity is approximated as proportional to the logarithm of the link SNR. Initially, the input network interference matrix is normalized so that the worst case rise-over-thermal (ROT) of any link matches a given value. The solution is found solving a problem formulation with JOM.