Density-aware cellular coverage control: Interference-based density estimation


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We experience a major paradigm shift in mobile networks. The infrastructure of cellular networks is becoming mobile since it is being densified also by using mobile and nomadic small cells to increase coverage and capacity. Furthermore, the innovative approaches such as green operation through sleep scheduling, user-controlled small cells, and dynamic end-to-end slicing will make the network topology and available resources highly dynamic. Therefore, the density of dynamic networks may vary in time and spac...
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New network architectures and communication technologies continue to emerge to meet rapidly increasing and changing user demands requiring continuous connectivity and high data rate transmissions. These ubiquitous infrastructures result in a paradigm shift in mobile communications with the advent of mobile robots equipped with sensors, unmanned aerial vehicles, and mobile small-cells, which makes the future networks highly dynamic. This dynamism poses unpredictable variations in the network density causing ...
Density-aware cell zooming
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Ultra-dense deployments and mobile cells significantly change cellular networking paradigm. Infrastructure and topology of cellular networks become dynamic as opposed to legacy systems where the infrastructure is assumed to be stationary. As topology morphs, base station or user density of networks also change impacting the performance in terms of resource utilization and quality of service. To increase network capacity, preserve coverage and conserve energy, network density should be considered in communic...
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Integrability of a nonautonomous coupled KdV system
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The Painleve property of coupled, nonautonomous Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) type of systems is studied. The conditions under which the systems pass the Painleve test for integrability axe obtained. For some of the integrable cases, exact solutions are given.
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A. Eroğlu and E. Onur, “Density-aware cellular coverage control: Interference-based density estimation,” Computer Networks, pp. 0–0, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: