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This paper proposes a new approach for communication networks planning; this approach is based on stochastic geometry. We rst summarize the state of the art in this domain, together with its economic implications, before sketching the main expectations of the proposed method. The main probabilistic tools are point processes and stochastic geometry. We show(More)
  • John R Hauser, Carl Frank, Lcdr Keith Russell, Lt Jeffrey Moffit, Tom, Conger Campbell +5 others
  • 2000
thank the managers and product development teams who worked with MIT to collect detailed metrics, covariates, and profit measures for the products that they launched. This paper has benefited from pres-analyzed in the primary application in this paper and performed many of the initial analyses. Thanks also to Arpita Majumder, who helped with the data(More)
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