Modeling frame-level errors in GSM wireless channels

@article{Ji2004ModelingFE,
  title={Modeling frame-level errors in GSM wireless channels},
  author={Ping Ji and Benyuan Liu and Donald F. Towsley and Zihui Ge and James F. Kurose},
  journal={Perform. Eval.},
  year={2004},
  volume={55},
  pages={165-181}
}
Abstract We compare four different approaches to modeling frame-level errors in GSM channels. One of these, the Markov-based Trace Analysis (MTA) model, was developed explicitly for this purpose. The next two, k th-order Markov models and hidden Markov models (HMMs), have been widely used to model loss in wired networks. All three of these have difficulty in modeling empirical GSM frame-level error traces. The MTA model and HMM predict frame-error rates substantially different from that… CONTINUE READING
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