Response to Prof. Baccelli's lecture on Modelling of Wireless Communication Networks by Stochastic Geometry


The history of science teaches us that, occasionally, certain applied problems give rise to new ways of thinking, forcing scientists to revisit the way they do things. Thomas Kuhn [1] argues that scientific theories do not evolve smoothly but are due to paradigm shifts, i.e. due to certain events resulting in the changing of intellectual circumstances and… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/comjnl/bxp055


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