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The Enhanced Up-Link (EUL) is expected to provide higher capacity, increased data rates and smaller latency on the communication link from users towards the network. A key mechanism in the EUL traffic handling is the packet scheduler. In this paper, the authors present a performance comparison of three distinct EUL scheduling schemes (one-by-one, partial parallel and full parallel) taking into account both the packet level characteristics and the flow level dynamics due to the random user behavior. For that purpose, they develop a hybrid analytical/simulation approach allowing for fast evaluation of performance measures such as mean file transfer time and fairness expressing how the performance depends on the user's location.
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