Dropping Rate Simulation for a Handover Scheme Using Importance Sampling

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Abstract

The process of changing the channel associated with the current connection while a call is in progress is under consideration. The estimation of dropping rate in handover process of a one dimensional traffic system is discussed. To reduce the sample size of simulation, dropping calls at base station is considered as rare event and simulated with importance sampling - one of rare event simulation approaches. The simulation results suggest the sample size can be tremendously reduced by using importance sampling.

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Liang, D. , Ding, G. , Qin, W. and Peng, M. (2013) Dropping Rate Simulation for a Handover Scheme Using Importance Sampling. Communications and Network, 5, 426-429. doi: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2078.

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