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Sanjay Bhardwaj, Dong-Seong Kim "Dragonfly Approach for Resource Allocation in Industrial Wireless Network", Physical Communication,2020
By : Sanjay
Date : 2020-09-03
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Manuscript Number: PHYCOM-D-20-00042R2  

Dragonfly Approach for Resource Allocation in Industrial Wireless Networks  

Dear Professor Kim,

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Editor and Reviewer comments: Before submitting the camera-ready version, make sure to address the remaining comments.

Reviewer #1: The authors have successfully addressed the reviewers comments.

Reviewer #2: The authors have fairly addressed my comments in the subsequent revisions. Furthermore, I have the following comments to improve its quality for acceptance.
- The equations are not yet expressed properly. Furthermore, throughout the manuscript, the authors should use ", where" instead of ", Where" after defining the equations.
- In (4), " Therefore, SINR estimations for the relay node $k$ is given by". Please merge (4) and (5) and then define the variables.
- You have not clearly defined latency L in (6). You supposedly mean the overall latency for RN_k, \forall k ? Please clearly mention what exactly is the latency based objective function, what you are trying to do (minimize the overall latency? (7)), in reference with (4)-(7).
- In (19), it should be p_j , not p_m.
- Eqn (28) is vague. How the criteria for selection is defined? The normalizing factors adding up to 1 is not clear to me. The authors should provide any references, or discussions to clarify?