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Diverse cell interaction in dynamic cell sizing and VC-PGA cell priority selection method

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2 Author(s)
Amphawan, A. ; Fac. of Eng., Multimedia Univ., Selangor, Malaysia ; G, E.M.A.

Dynamic cell sizing is a flexible load-balancing scheme which allows potential capacity gains by modifying its coverage area at any given time for optimum performance. In this paper, the diverse interaction among cells is discussed. The preliminary description of forward link capacity gain on a single cell serves as groundwork for discussions on bi-directional impact of cell-pairs and the multifarious interactions of cells in a CDMA network. The diverse interaction of cells is then made analogous to that of community members in a virtual community in a genetic algorithm. The cell to be given highest priority cell over shrinking in the virtual community is selected by the virtual community parallel genetic algorithm (VC-PGA). By this method, the number of cell attenuations may be controlled, the emergence of coverage holes reduced and thus, the quality of service increased.

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Communication Systems, 2002. ICCS 2002. The 8th International Conference on  (Volume:1 )

Date of Conference:

25-28 Nov. 2002