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Analysis of Static Cellular Cooperation between Mutually Nearest Neighboring Nodes

  title={Analysis of Static Cellular Cooperation between Mutually Nearest Neighboring Nodes},
  author={Luis David Alvarez Corrales and Anastasios Giovanidis and Philippe Martins and Laurent Decreusefond},
Cooperation in cellular networks is a promising scheme to improve system performance. Existing works consider that a user dynamically chooses the stations that cooperate for his/her service, but such assumption often has practical limitations. Instead, cooperation groups can be predefined and static, with nodes linked by fixed infrastructure. To analyze such a potential network, we propose a grouping method based on node proximity. With the Mutually Nearest Neighbour Relation, we allow the… 

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