BC-639A Radio Receiver - Operators and Maint. (Mil TM)

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Alkhawlani, A. Hussein, Radio network selection for tight-coupled wireless networks, in The 7th International Conference on Informatics and Systems (INFOS) Cairo, March 2010, pp.

For example, during busy hours, the IN*VG*Load algorithm can be used while the second algorithm can be used at other times. 4 kbps? 2 Variations of NCCB Algorithm Two variations of the NCCB algorithm were introduced in [7]. One is called NCCBvoice, where the NCCB policy is only applied for voice users while interactive users follow the VG policy. Another is called VG-NCCB, where the low path loss users follow the VG policy and high path loss users are always allocated to GERAN first. Simulation results in [7] prove that the NCCB algorithm performs better than NCCBvoice and VG-NCCB algorithms in terms of uplink BLER.

Giupponi, R. Agustí, J. Pérez-Romero, O. Sallent, A novel joint radio resource management approach with reinforcement learning mechanisms, in 24th IEEE International Performance, Computing, and Communications Conference (IPCCC), April 2005, pp. 621–626 20. C. Lin, C. Lee, Neural-Network-Based Fuzzy Logic Control and Decision System. IEEE Trans. Comput. 40(12), 1320–1336 (1991) 21. K. Lo, C. Shung, A Neural Fuzzy Resource Manager for Hierarchical Cellular Systems Supporting Multimedia Services. IEEE Trans.

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