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In industry, cellular tower locations have primarily been modeled by a deterministic hexagonal grid. Since real deployments are rarely regular, the even spacing between nodes in the grid and constant Voronoi cell areas make the hexagonal grid unrealistic. In this paper, the authors use tools from spatial statistics to show that a purely random node placement and a hexagonal grid distribution with the points perturbed also have unrealistic spatial relationships between nodes, and that pairwise interactions between nodes are necessary, and in most cases sufficient, for modeling spatial qualities of cellular networks.
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