Mobility

Performance Evaluation of Multi Agent Based Call Admission in Cellular Networks

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Executive Summary

A Multi-agent System can be defined as a set of agents that interact with each other and with the environment to solve a particular problem in a coordinated (behaviorally coherent) manner. The authors' paper models Call Admission Control in Cellular networks as Multi Agent resource provisioning problem to provide Service Level Agreement (SLA) in wireless cellular network. For which they modify SHUFFLE model to introduce Network Provider Cell Agent which implements three Call admission strategies namely Static Cut-Off Priority, Dynamic Call Admission and Mobility Based Channel Reservations strategies for single traffic class using Multi Agent Environment using Java Agent Development Framework.

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