Analyzing interference from static cellular cooperation using the Nearest Neighbour Model

@article{Giovanidis2015AnalyzingIF,
  title={Analyzing interference from static cellular cooperation using the Nearest Neighbour Model},
  author={Anastasios Giovanidis and Luis David Alvarez Corrales and Laurent Decreusefond},
  journal={2015 13th International Symposium on Modeling and Optimization in Mobile, Ad Hoc, and Wireless Networks (WiOpt)},
  year={2015},
  pages={576-583}
}
The problem of base station cooperation has recently been set within the framework of Stochastic Geometry. Existing works consider that a user dynamically chooses the set of stations that cooperate for his/her service. However, this assumption often does not hold. Cooperation groups could be predefined and static, with nodes connected by fixed infrastructure. To analyse such a potential network, in this work we propose a grouping method based on proximity. It is a variation of the so called… 

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