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Fast Time-Varying Channel Model Research for Data Processing of Wireless

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With the complexity and uncertainty of mobile communication network environment, solving the classical mathematical analysis also becomes more complicated. The model tree of basis function method based on Fourier series is proposed in this paper. Model tree method is the improvement of regression tree analysis. Basis function applied here is four-order Fourier series. When the Fourier coefficients are calculated, the Gauss elimination method is implemented for solving equations. The complexity of the algorithm is n3log(n).

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Liu, H. and Chen, H. (2015) Fast Time-Varying Channel Model Research for Data Processing of Wireless. Advances in Pure Mathematics, 5, 442-449. doi: 10.4236/apm.2015.58043.

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