How Mobility Impacts the Performance of Inter-cell Coordination in Cellular Data Networks

Abstract : In this paper, we assess the performance of inter-cell coordination in the presence of mobility. This performance depends primarily on the resource allocation scheme. Indeed, a scheduling strategy which may seem efficient when users are static can lead to bad performance when users are mobile. Several scheduling policies are investigated. Their performance critically depends on their ability to predict users' mobility. The results are based on the analysis of flow-level traffic models.
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Nivine Abbas, Thomas Bonald, Berna Sayrac. How Mobility Impacts the Performance of Inter-cell Coordination in Cellular Data Networks. Globecom, 2015, San Diego, United States. ⟨hal-01245211⟩

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