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Energy Harvesting Systems with Continuous Energy and Data Arrivals: the Optimal Offline and a Heuristic Online Algorithms


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      Energy harvesting has been developed as an effective technology for communication systems in order to extend the lifetime of these systems. In this work, we consider a singleuser energy harvesting wireless communication system, in which arrival data and harvested energy curves are modeled as continuous functions. For the single-user model, our first goal is to find an offline algorithm, which maximizes the amount of data which is transmitted to the receiver node by a given deadline. If more than one scheme exists that transmits the maximum data, we choose the one with minimum utilized energy at the transmitter node. Next, we propose an online algorithm for this system. We also consider a multi-hop energy harvesting wireless communication system in a full-duplex mode and find the optimal offline algorithm to maximize the throughput.

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