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Author: Sanchita Ghosh
Category: Technology & Engineering
Call Admission Control (CAC) and Dynamic Channel Assignments (DCA) are important decision-making problems in mobile cellular communication systems. Current research in mobile communication considers them as two independent problems, although the former greatly depends on the resulting free channels obtained as the outcome of the latter. This book provides a solution to the CAC problem, considering DCA as an integral part of decision-making for call admission. Further, current technical resources ignore movement issues of mobile stations and fluctuation in network load (incoming calls) in the control strategy used for call admission. In addition, the present techniques on call admission offers solution globally for the entire network, instead of considering the cells independently. CAC here has been formulated by two alternative approaches. The first approach aimed at handling the uncertainty in the CAC problem by employing fuzzy comparators. The second approach is concerned with formulation of CAC as an optimization problem to minimize call drop, satisfying a set of constraints on feasibility and availability of channels, hotness of cells, and velocity and angular displacement of mobile stations. Evolutionary techniques, including Genetic Algorithm and Biogeography Based Optimization, have been employed to solve the optimization problems. The proposed approaches outperform traditional methods with respect to grade and quality of services.
Author: Eduardo Martinelli Galvão de QueirozPublish On: 2010-03
This work proposes a call admission control that carries out the bandwidth borrowing when a call arrives and there is not enough bandwidth.
Author: Eduardo Martinelli Galvão de Queiroz
The recent growth in traffic loads in cellular networks has seen the need for a better use of system resources as its expansion is expensive. In the cellular base station (CBS), the bandwidth availability is limited. Thus, in cellular networks the call admission control greatly influences the system performance because it determines the bandwidth use of the CBSs. The network performance can be evaluated by parameters such as new call blocking probability, handoff call blocking probability and bandwidth utilization. This work proposes a call admission control that carries out the bandwidth borrowing when a call arrives and there is not enough bandwidth. The system makes use of a heuristic mechanism that determines the available bandwidth for the new calls according to some parameter values of the system. The bandwidth borrowing is applied to the cell ongoing calls until the minimum levels for each type are met. The algorithm was applied to the bandwidths and characteristics of a 3G network. It was also applied to a GSM/GPRS (global system for mobile communications/ general packet radio service). The results show improvements in all parameters.
CALL ADMISSION CONTROL IN MOBILE WIRELESS NETWORKS BIN LI. JIHUI
ZHANG, JIE GU AND BO LI " Abstract. We have recently witnessed a
phenomenal growth in the development and deployment of wireless services,
evident from ...
Author: Yi Pan
Publisher: Nova Publishers
Category: Technology & Engineering
Summary: A compilation of articles that reviews the current design methodology and analytical models of wireless networks.
The call admission control algorithm nection request, it widely believed that a cellular network must give a higher priority to the handoff connection requests as
compared to new connections requests. Handoff problems are expected to
Author: Adibi, Sasan
Publisher: IGI Global
"This book further explores various issues and proposed solutions for the provision of Quality of Service (QoS) on the wireless networks"--Provided by publisher.
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Call Admission Control Call admission control ( CAC ) is the mechanism for
making decision about accepting a user ' s connection request according to
certain criteria ... Many CAC schemes have been proposed for wireless cellular networks .
Comparison of bandwidth utilization among different schemes . cellular networks
and compares two existing schemes , namely the ... A novel velocity - dependent
directional probability function based call admission control scheme in wireless ...
Further research work should be done and be evaluated in the future , as call admission control and handoff control are ... [ 10 ] Dimitrios D . Vergados , et al . ,
“ Call Admission Control in Wireless ATM Networks ” , International Conference
On the other hand , if we change the target new call blocking probability Ptar = 10
-1 , and the target packet loss ... R. Ramjee , D. Towsley , and R. Nagarajan , “ On
optimal call admission control in cellular networks , ” Wireless Networks , vol .
R. Ramjee, D. Towsley, and R. Nagarajan, “On optimal call admission control in cellular networks,” Wireless Networks, ... “Thresholdtype call admission control in wireless/mobile multimedia networks using prioritised adaptive framework,” ...
Author: Huan Chen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Due to the great success and enormous impact of IP networks, In ternet access (such as sending and receiving e-mails) and web brows ing have become the ruling paradigm for next generation wireless systems. On the other hand, great technological and commercial success of services and applications is being witnessed in mobile wire less communications with examples of cellular, pes voice telephony and wireless LANs. The service paradigm has thus shifted from the conventional voice service to seamlessly integrated high quality mul timedia transmission over broadband wireless mobile networks. The multimedia content may include data, voice, audio, image, video and so on. With availability of more powerful portable devices, such as PDA, portable computer and cellular phone, coupled with the easier access to the core network (using a mobile device), the number of mobile users and the demand for multimedia-based applications is increasing rapidly. As a result, there is an urgent need for a sys tem that supports heterogeneous multimedia services and provides seamless access to the desired resources via wireless connections. Therefore, the convergence of multimedia communication and wireless mobile networking technologies into the next generation wireless multimedia (WMM) networks with the vision of "anytime, anywhere, anyform" information system is the certain trend in the foreseeable future. However, successful combination of these two technologies presents many challenges such as available spectral bandwidth, energy efficiency, seamless end-to-end communication, robustness, security, etc.
( 7 ) M. Naghshineh and M. Schwartz , Distributed call admission control in mobile / wireless networks , IEEE Journal of Sel . Areas in Communications , 14 ,
( 1996 ) , 711-717 . ( 8 ) H. N. Nguyen , J. Schuringa , and H. R. van As ,
Those factors complicate the resource management in mobile environment . ...
Jiang , Bo Li , Xiayuan Luo and Danny H. K. Tsang , “ A modified distributed call admission control scheme and its performance , " ACM Wireless Networks , vol .
Author: Ke Gong
Publisher: I E E E
Category: Application specific integrated circuits
Although in this work congestion control based on the blocked - calls - dropped
discipline is considered , employing the ... ( 14 ) M . Naghshineh & M . Schwartz ,
Distributed call admission control in mobile / wireless networks , IEEE Journal of
Author: IEEE Computer Society. Technical Committee on Computer CommunicationsPublish On: 2002
This is because PR [ 6 ] M. Naghshineh and M. Schwartz , “ Distributed Call
CATS has smaller number of call admission test targets and Admission Control in Mobile / Wireless Networks , " IEEE the lowest CBP compared with the others .
Author: IEEE Computer Society. Technical Committee on Computer Communications
Papers from a November 2002 conference focus on the design, analysis, implementation, and exploitation of new concepts, technologies, and applications related to high-performance networks on a local scale. Contributors are networking researchers, engineers, and practitioners in industry, academia, and government. Themes include ad hoc networks, network performance, quality of service, network security, traffic characterization, and wireless networks, as well as network management, multimedia, Web services optimization, differentiated services, mobility management, and high-speed and wireless local networks. Specific topics are analysis of a dynamically reconfigurable network processor, reliable group communication in an ad hoc network, and safety critical middleware for avionics applications. There is no subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
 B. Jabbari, G. Colombo, A. Nakajima, and J. Kulkarni,“Network issues for wireless communications,” IEEE ...  S. Spitler and D.C. Lee, “Optimality of soft-
threshold policy for call admission control with packet loss constraint,” in ...
Author: Azzedine Boukerche
Publisher: CRC Press
Most of the available literature in wireless networking and mobile computing concentrates on the physical aspect of the subject, such as spectrum management and cell re-use. In most cases, a description of fundamental distributed algorithms that support mobile hosts in a wireless environment is either not included or is only briefly discussed.
[ 4 ] T. Kwon , Y. Choi , C. Bisdikian , and M. Naghshineh , “ Call Admission Control for Adaptive Multimedia in Wireless / Mobile Network ” , Proceedings of
first ACM international workshop on Wireless mobile multimedia , Oct. 1998 , pp .
2007 Performance Analysis of Bandwidth Resource Allocation in Wireless
Access Networks * LIU Yanbing1 , 2 , SUN Shixin ... SecAnd bandwidth resource
allocation . tion II describes the call admission control schemes in wireless network .
However, this is inevitable to some extent because the admission of longer calls
is more constrained as they require resource ... [S] M. Naghshineh and Mischa
Schwartz, "Distributed Call Admission Control in Mobile/Wireless Networks",
calls. The suitable queue size, however, still depends on system offer load. VI.
REMARKS Enhanced analytical modeling for performance evaluation of
queueing priority handoff and call admission control schemes in mobile cellular
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