Vaia Kalokidou

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—Future mobile communication networks will require enhanced network efficiency and reduced system overhead due to their user density and high data rate demanding applications of the mobile devices. Research on Blind Interference Alignment (BIA) and Topological Interference Management (TIM) has shown that optimal Degrees of Freedom (DoF) can be achieved, in(More)
Future mobile communication networks will require enhanced network efficiency and reduced system overhead. Research on Blind Interference Alignment and Topological Interference Management (TIM) has shown that optimal Degrees of Freedom can be achieved, in the absence of Channel State Information at the transmitters. Moreover, the recently emerged(More)
—Heterogeneous networks have a key role in the design of future mobile communication networks, since the employment of small cells around a macrocell enhances the net-work's efficiency and decreases complexity and power demand. Moreover, research on Blind Interference Alignment (BIA) has shown that optimal Degrees of Freedom (DoF) can be achieved in certain(More)
Future multi-tier communication networks will require enhanced network capacity and reduced overhead. In the absence of Channel State Information (CSI) at the transmitters, Blind Interference Alignment (BIA) and Topological Interference Management (TIM) can achieve optimal Degrees of Freedom (DoF), minimizing network's overhead. In addition, Non-Orthogonal(More)
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