Optimal Trade-Off Between Power Saving and Qos Provisioning for Multicell Cooperation Networks
Multicell cooperation is emerging as a promising wireless communication technique to significantly improve the performance of cellular networks in terms of the coverage of high-data-rate services and the system throughput for the next generation wireless networks. On the other hand, multicell cooperation also imposes the new challenges associated with the two mutually conflicting constraints between the power/energy efficiency/saving and the QoS provisioning required by mobile users, which differ from the conventional cellular networks. To overcome the above problem, the authors propose the semi-Markov decision process model-based stochastic optimization scheme for the optimal trade-off between power saving and QoS provisioning over multicell cooperation networks.
Provided by: Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Topic: Mobility Date Added: Feb 2013 Format: PDF