Date Added: Jun 2012
In this paper, the authors discuss the problem of estimating aggregate interference in large scale wireless networks. They argue that the usual approximations assuming uniform distribution of transmitters can lead into significant approximation errors. They then show how these approximation errors can be reduced by adopting a model based approach using spatial statistics of the actual transmitter distribution as part of the model. The resulting approach is still very lightweight numerically, and enables trading off computational complexity to approximation accuracy in a flexible manner.