Abhishek Patel

Following are the graphs depicting ratio of rounds sunk to rounds generated for different rates of packet genration for a fixed value of transmission probability

All simulation have been performed on a 10*10 grid graph with wrap around, hence each node has 4 neighbors. Simulations have been executed for 100000 time steps.

Transmission Probability(P)=1

ratio vs rate for P=1

Transmission Probability(P)=0.9375

ratio vs rate for P=0.9375

Transmission Probability(P)=0.875

ratio vs rate for P=0.875

Transmission Probability(P)=0.75

ratio vs rate for P=0.75

Transmission Probability(P)=0.5

ratio vs rate for P=0.5

Transmission Probability(P)=0.4375

ratio vs rate for P=0.4375

Transmission Probability(P)=0.375

ratio vs rate for P=0.375

Transmission Probability(P)=0.34375

ratio vs rate for P=0.34375

Transmission Probability(P)=0.3125

ratio vs rate for P=0.3125

Transmission Probability(P)=0.25

ratio vs rate for P=0.25

Transmission Probability(P)=0.125

ratio vs rate for P=0.125

Max_rate vs. Transmission Probability(P)

max rate vs P

Stable rates for interference case

Stable rates for interference case

Stable rates for non interference case

Stable rates for non interference case

From the above two images it can be seen that maximum stable rate for interference case is 0.001 and that for non interference case(It is assumed that there is no packet loss due to interference) is 0.005.