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Providing an extensive overview of the radio resource management problem in femtocell networks, this invaluable book considers both code division multiple access femtocells and orthogonal frequency-division multiple access femtocells. In addition to incorporating current research on this topic, the book also covers technical challenges in femtocell deployment, provides readers with a variety of approaches to resource allocation and a comparison of their effectiveness, explains how to model various networks using Stochastic geometry and shot noise theory, and much more.Content: Chapter 1 Overview of Multi‐Tier Cellular Wireless Networks (pages 1–30): Chapter 2 Resource Allocation Approaches in Multi‐Tier Networks (pages 31–50): Chapter 3 Resource Allocation in OFDMA‐Based Multi‐Tier Cellular Networks (pages 51–83): Chapter 4 Resource Allocation for Clustered Small Cells in Two‐Tier OFDMA Networks (pages 84–101): Chapter 5 Resource Allocation in Two‐Tier Networks Using Fractional Frequency Reuse (pages 102–122): Chapter 6 Call Admission Control in Fractional Frequency Reuse‐Based Two‐Tier Networks (pages 123–154): Chapter 7 Game Theoretic Approaches for Resource Management in Multi‐Tier Networks (pages 155–205): Chapter 8 Resource Allocation in CDMA‐Based Multi‐tier HetNets (pages 206–249): Chapter 9 Self‐Organizing Small Cell Networks (pages 250–301): Chapter 10 Resource Allocation in Multi‐Tier Networks with Cognitive Small Cells (pages 302–320):
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'Ekram' Hossain is a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.
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