Chiranjib Saha

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One of the principal underlying assumptions of current approaches to the analysis of heterogeneous cellular networks (HetNets) with random spatial models is the uniform distribution of users independent of the base station (BS) locations. This assumption is not quite accurate, especially for user-centric capacity-driven small cell deployments where(More)
—We characterize the statistics of nearest-neighbor and contact distance distributions for Thomas cluster process (TCP), which is a special case of Poisson cluster process. In particular, we derive the cumulative distribution function (CDF) of the distance to the nearest point of TCP from a reference point for three different cases: (i) reference point is(More)
This paper proposes a novel fuzzy rule-based penalty function approach for solving single-objective nonlinearly constrained optimization problems. Of all the existing state-of-the-art constraint handling techniques, the conventional method of penalty can be easily implemented because of its simplicity but suffers from the lack of robustness. To mitigate the(More)
The unit commitment (UC) problem is a nonlinear, high-dimensional, highly constrained, mixed-integer power system optimization problem and is generally solved in the literature considering minimizing the system operation cost as the only objective. However, due to increasing environmental concerns, the recent attention has shifted to incorporating emission(More)
Principle of Swarm Intelligence has recently found widespread application in formation control and automated tracking by the automated multi-agent system. This article proposes an elegant and effective method inspired by foraging dynamics to produce geometric-patterns by the search agents. Starting from a random initial orientation, it is investigated how(More)
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