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Resource Management in Wireless Access Networks: A layer-based classification - Version 1.0

Abstract : In recent years, wireless access networks have recently experienced significant breakthrough that strongly impacted the way of managing network resources. We can observe considerable emergence of heterogeneous wireless networks where different types of wireless technologies coexist in the same region. Beside widespread deployment of heterogeneous wireless networks, the progress of electronic devices enables implementation of multiple radio interfaces on a single mobile device. Consequently it requires new resource management approaches to exploit diversity gain. Moreover, the dramatic increase in traffic leads to a necessity of efficient resource management. As a result, numerous studies have been conducted to address various issues in resource management. In this report, a survey of recent resource management solutions is presented. It is a layer-based classification survey that can be helpful for any researcher that wants to know the state of the art on existing resource management schemes as well as for technical experts who wants to apply them to real devices.
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Quang Tran Anh Pham, Kandaraj Piamrat, César Viho. Resource Management in Wireless Access Networks: A layer-based classification - Version 1.0. [Research Report] PI-2017, 2014, pp.23. ⟨hal-01010572⟩



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