Performance analysis of cooperative mode selection in hybrid D2D and IMT-Advanced network

@article{Xiang2012PerformanceAO,
  title={Performance analysis of cooperative mode selection in hybrid D2D and IMT-Advanced network},
  author={Shangwen Xiang and Qingyi Quan and Tao Peng and Wenbo Wang},
  journal={7th International Conference on Communications and Networking in China},
  year={2012},
  pages={717-721}
}
While Device-to-Device communication enables high-speed local services in the traditional cellular networks, it also brings potential mutual interference additionally. Previous works neither make decisions cooperatively nor take involute situations resulted from the incoming technical instruments in IMT-Advanced network into account. In this paper, based on the learning from a single cell of the hybrid D2D and IMT-Advanced network, a cooperative mode selection mechanism with both power… CONTINUE READING

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