Omid Semiari

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The deployment of small cells, overlaid on existing cellular infrastructure , is seen as a key feature in next-generation cellular systems. In this paper, the problem of user association in the downlink of small cell networks (SCNs) is considered. The problem is formulated as a many-to-one matching game in which the users and SCBSs rank one another based on(More)
—In this paper, a novel approach for optimizing and managing resource allocation in wireless small cell networks (SCNs) with device-to-device (D2D) communication is proposed. The proposed approach allows to jointly exploit both the wireless and social context of wireless users for optimizing the overall allocation of resources and improving traffic offload(More)
—Designing cost-effective and scalable backhaul solutions is one of the main challenges for emerging wireless small cell networks (SCNs). In this regard, millimeter wave (mmW) communication technologies have recently emerged as an attractive solution to realize the vision of a high-speed and reliable wireless small cell backhaul network (SCBN). In this(More)
—One of the most promising approaches to overcome the drastic channel variations of millimeter wave (mmW) communications is to deploy dual-mode base stations that integrate both mmW and microwave (µW) frequencies. Reaping the benefits of a dual-mode operation requires scheduling mechanisms that can allocate resources efficiently and jointly at both(More)
— Direct-conversion transceivers are in demand, due to low implementation cost of analog front-ends. However, these transmitters or receivers introduce imperfections such as in-phase and quadrature-phase (I/Q) imbalances. In this paper, we first investigate the effect of I/Q imbalance on the performance of primary system, and show that these impairments can(More)
—The integration of millimeter-wave base stations (mmW-BSs) with conventional microwave base stations (µW-BSs) is a promising solution for enhancing the quality-of-service (QoS) of emerging 5G networks. However, the significant differences in the signal propagation characteristics over the mmW and µW frequency bands will require novel cell association(More)
The use of dual-mode base stations that can jointly exploit millimeter wave (mmW) and microwave (µW) resources is a promising solution for overcoming the uncertainty of the mmW environment. In this paper, a novel dual-mode scheduling framework is proposed that jointly performs user applications (UA) selection and scheduling over µW and mmW bands. The(More)
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