2018 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference Workshops (WCNCW)

15-18 April 2018

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  • [Copyright notice]

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  • Organizing committee

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  • WS1-I: WS1: Workshop on Flexible and Agile Networks (FlexNets) Part I

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  • WS8-I: 5G Technologies supporting Vertical Industries

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  • WS6-I: WS6: International workshop on big data with computational intelligence for wireless networking part I

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  • WS2-I: WS2: Centimetre and millimetre wave based communications for 5G Networks (CmMmW5G) part I

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  • WS5-I: WS5: Workshop on intelligent computing and caching at the network edge part I

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  • WS9-I: WS9: IoT-Health 2018: IRACON workshop on IoT enabling technologies in healthcare part I

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  • WS3-I: WS3: 7th International workshop on self-organizing networks (IWSON) part I

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  • WS7-K1: WS7: Polar coding for future networks: Theory and practice — Keynote 1

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  • WS4-I: WS4: TC-CPS: Time-critical cyber physical systems, part I: Vehicular and UAV communication

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  • Program

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  • Distributed energy saving management in multi-layer 4G/5G ultra-dense networks

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    Energy consumption in mobile networks rises with increase in cell density. This trend will only continue in the future multi-layer 5G-related Ultra-Dense Networks (UDN) that are characterized by high number and density of cells in multiple radio technologies each in one or more layers. Several Energy Saving Management (ESM) solutions have been published, but none adequately address the UDN scenari... View full abstract»

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  • A mixed-integer programming approach to interference exploitation for massive-MIMO

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    A novel low-complexity transmission scheme for Massive Multiuser Multi-Input Multi-Output (M-MU-MIMO) is proposed, where Transmit Antenna Selection (TAS) and beam-forming are jointly performed to exploit multiuser interference. Two separate solutions to the deriving optimization problem are proposed: a mixed-integer programming approach that can optimally solve the TAS-beamforming problem and a he... View full abstract»

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  • Impact of SON function combinations on the KPI behaviour in realistic mobile network scenarios

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    Self-Organising Network (SON) functions cover a plethora of use cases, each addressing a different (self-optimisation) task reducing the manual work of the Mobile Network Operator (MNO). A combined SON operation, with numerous SON functions running in parallel, might lead to an undesired network performance due to unforeseen coherencies of parameter changes. In order to gain a greater understandin... View full abstract»

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