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Multi-Stage Optimization for Radio Mobile Network Planning

Abstract : In this paper, the evolution of mobile radio network is presented. First of all, the network life cycle is considered. A mathematical modeling of these life periods is developed inside an optimization problem: optimal location of base stations. It is a combinatorial optimization problem. A multi-period model is built on a Concentrator Link approach. Finally, three different multi-period techniques are identified, they are based on Genetic Algorithm (GA) to tackle this problem on the design of micro-cellular networks.
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Philippe Reininger, Sébastien Iksal, Alexandre Caminada, Jerzy Korczak. Multi-Stage Optimization for Radio Mobile Network Planning. 49th IEEE Annual International Vehicular Technology Conference, May 1999, Houston, Texas, United States. pp.2034--2038. ⟨hal-01434717⟩

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