On the Feasibility of a Channel-Dependent Scheduling for the SC-FDMA in 3GPP-LTE (Mobile Environment) Based on a Prioritized-Bifacet Hungarian Method
The authors propose a methodology based on the prioritization and opportunistic reuse of the optimization algorithm known as Hungarian method for the feasible implementation of a channel-dependent scheduler in the long-term evolution uplink (single carrier frequency division multiple access system). This proposal aims to offer a solution to the third generation system's constraint of allocating only adjacent subcarriers, by providing an optimal resource allotment under a fairness scheme. A multiuser mobile environment following the third generation partnership project TS 45.005v9.3.0/25.943v9.0.0 was also implemented for evaluating the scheduler's performance.
Provided by: EURASIP Topic: Mobility Date Added: Aug 2011 Format: PDF