Mohammad Ali Amir Khojastepour

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In this paper we consider the classical problem of downlink (DL) multiuser (MU) multi-input-multi-output (MIMO) scheduling with linear transmit precoding. This problem was formulated over a decade ago and has been deeply studied since then. Moreover, MU-MIMO with linear transmit precoding is being increasingly pursued as a key technology by the industry,(More)
The proliferation of smartphones and tablet devices is changing the landscape of user connectivity and data access from predominantly static users to a mix of static and mobile users. While significant advances have been made in wireless transmission strategies e.g., beamforming and network MIMO to meet the increased demand for capacity, such strategies(More)
Small cells form a critical component of next generation cellular networks, where spatial reuse is the key to higher spectral efficiencies. Interference management in the spatial domain through beamforming allows for increased reuse without having to sacrifice resources in the time or frequency domain. Existing beamforming techniques for spatial reuse,(More)
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