RIA-ICCS: Intercell Coordinated Scheduling Exploiting Application Reservation Information
Vincenzo Sciancalepore, PhD Student, IMDEA Networks Institute & University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M), Spain
Intercell coordination and cooperation techniques are some of the most promising approaches to increase the spectral efficiency of future wireless systems as required by
the forecasted market needs. Among them, intercell coordinated scheduling (ICCS) arises as a near-term feasible solution due to its lower inter-BS communication requirements when compared to full cooperative approaches. In this paper we present our proposed Reservation Information Aware Intercell Coordinated Scheduling (RIA-ICCS) solution which considers application reservation information when constructing an interference graph for ICCS purposes.
Our results shows that i) RIA-ICCS allows to significantly reduce the number of edges in an interference graph for ICCS solutions and its benefit increases as the number of mobile stations grows, i.e., when the system needs it most and ii) the reduced number of edges in the interference graph can be effectively translated to a lower blocking probability using state-of- the-art resource allocation algorithms.
About Vincenzo Sciancalepore:
Vincenzo Sciancalepore received his M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University Politecnico di Milano in 2011. In 2008 he received a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the University Politecnico di Bari, in Italy.
From November 2010 to July 2011 he worked for an internship program at NEC Europe Ltd. in Heidelberg (Germany) as student research assistant in MWN (Mobile Wireless Network) group involved in the FLAVIA project, focusing his activity on inter-cell coordinated scheduling for LTE-Advanced networks.
He is currently undertaking a Masters degree in Telematics Engineering at University Carlos III of Madrid.
This event will be conducted in English
- Location: Sala 4.1.F03, Edificio Torres Quevedo, UC3M, Avda. Universidad, 30, 28911 Leganes – Madrid
- Organization: NETCOM Research Group (Telematics Engineering Department, UC3M); Institute IMDEA Networks
- Time: 01:00 pm