Planning the evolution to broadband access networks: A multicriteria approach

  title={Planning the evolution to broadband access networks: A multicriteria approach},
  author={Carlos Henggeler Antunes and Jos{\'e} M. F. Craveirinha and Jo{\~a}o C. N. Cl{\'i}maco},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
The interplay between continuing technical innovations, development of multifaceted modes of communication and market structure, among other factors, have raised new and complex problems concerning the strategic modernisation planning of telecommunications networks, namely regarding the evolution paths towards a wide range of new service o€erings to be delivered to homes by using broadband technologies. However, decisions must be made by telecommunications operating companies or administrations… CONTINUE READING
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