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Bandwidth reservation using velocity and handoff statistics for cellular networks
Zhang C.-L.2; Lam K.Y.1; Jia W.-J.1
2006-11-01
Source PublicationJournal of Computer Science and Technology
ISSN10009000
Volume21Issue:6Pages:1031-1039
AbstractThe percentages of blocking and forced termination rates as parameters representing quality of services (QoS) requirements are presented. The relation between the connection statistics of mobile users in a cell and the handoff number and new call number in next duration in each cell is explored. Based on the relation, statistic reservation tactics are raised. The amount of bandwidth for new calls and handoffs of each cell in next period is determined by using the strategy. Using this method can guarantee the communication system suits mobile connection request dynamic. The QoS parameters: forced termination rate and blocking rate can be maintained steadily though they may change with the offered load. Some numerical experiments demonstrate this is a practical method with affordable overhead. © Springer Science + Business Media, Inc. 2006.
KeywordBandwidth reservation Forced termination rate Mobile communication
DOI10.1007/s11390-006-1031-7
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Language英語
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.City University of Hong Kong
2.Jinan University
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Zhang C.-L.,Lam K.Y.,Jia W.-J.. Bandwidth reservation using velocity and handoff statistics for cellular networks[J]. Journal of Computer Science and Technology,2006,21(6):1031-1039.
APA Zhang C.-L.,Lam K.Y.,&Jia W.-J..(2006).Bandwidth reservation using velocity and handoff statistics for cellular networks.Journal of Computer Science and Technology,21(6),1031-1039.
MLA Zhang C.-L.,et al."Bandwidth reservation using velocity and handoff statistics for cellular networks".Journal of Computer Science and Technology 21.6(2006):1031-1039.
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