Rebecca F. Pinheiro

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GSM networks are very expensive. The network design process requires too many decisions in a combinatorial explosion. For this reason, the larger is the network, the harder is to achieve a totally human based optimized solution. The BSC (Base Station Control) nodes have to be geographically well allocated to reduce the transmission costs. There are(More)
GSM Network Designs usually offers big challenges for achieving an efficient cost while respecting the complex combinatorial technical constraints. This networks have hundred or thousands BTS. They have their traffic grouped in hubs, then in BSC nodes to reach the MSC. Hubs must be elected within the BTS set and BSC nodes have to be geographically allocated(More)
  • Eva Boxenbaum, Franck Aggeri, +6 authors Mathias Béjean
  • 2010
INTRODUCTION The construction sector is often characterized as a reactive sector, as lagging behind other sectors of the economy, notably industry, when it comes to innovation; as mechanically responding to external (client) needs and implementing innovations that originate elsewhere (Winch 1998, Harty 2008). The sector is often presented as un-dynamic and(More)
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