Rows

WDs

Y

X

HAPtime

Y/rows

X/rows


8

6

3.5351

3.4875

0.9330

0.4419

0.4359

8

10

3.4885

3.4285

0.9201

0.4361

0.4286

12

6

5.5705

5.3169

0.9566

0.4642

0.4431

12

10

5.5630

5.5734

0.9503

0.4636

0.4645

16

6

7.4428

7.4439

0.9685

0.4652

0.4652

16

10

7.4846

7.5141

0.9627

0.4678

0.4696

 This table describes the average value of some variables from the experimental result using 100 test dataset samples. For each sample \({\mathrm {WDPM}}_i(N,\ M,\ K)\) and \({\mathrm {TM}}_i(N,\ M,\ K)\), \(i=900,\dots ,999\) in the test dataset, rows, WDs, Y, X, HAPtime, Y/rows and X/rows means the number of rows and wireless devices in \({\mathrm {WDPM}}_i(N,\ M,\ K)\), the value of \(n_{\mathrm {optimal}}\) and \(m_{\mathrm {optimal}}\), the portion of time allocated to HAP computed with GETTHRPUT function in Algorithm 1 with HAPpoint as [\(n_{\mathrm {optimal}}\), \(m_{\mathrm {optimal}}\)], the value of \(n_{\mathrm {optimal}}\)/rows and \(m_{\mathrm {optimal}}\)/rows, respectively