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Radio resource allocation framework for quality of experience optimization in wireless networks

ABSTRACT:

This text presents a QoE-aware resource assignment and power allocation framework aiming at maximizing the minimum MOS of the users in a wireless network. It considers a satisfaction issue, that is, a requirement connected to the minimum variety of users that should be happy. This requirement is a vital facet from the operators??? purpose of view and has not nevertheless been studied during this context, as so much as we have a tendency to understand. The proposed methodology is evaluated by means of simulations, and also the obtained results show that it outperforms existing solutions, and performs close to the optimal solution also. The performance analysis demonstrates that the satisfaction issue is a good resolution to deal with heavily loaded systems.


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