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Minimum Network Connection Cost Algorithm for Partially Survivable Networks Problem of Cellular Telecommunication Systems
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Minimum Network Connection Cost Algorithm for Partially Survivable Networks Problem of Cellular Telecommunication Systems
Lee, Sang-Un;
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 Abstract
This paper suggests heuristic algorithm with O(mn) polynomial time complexity using Excel for partially survivable networks optimization problem of cellular telecommunication systems with m cells and n hubs. This problem only can be get the solution using linear programming or LINGO software package. The proposed algorithm connects the cell to hubs in ring network with minimum cost as the connection diversity of each cell. If the traffic of ring network (T) is T>2K for ring capacity (K), we adjust the maximum cost hub to MTSO that has a ascending order of (D/DC)/ cell with each cell traffic demand (D) and
 Keywords
Hub;MTSO;Connection diversity;Traffic demand;Ring network capacity;
 Language
Korean
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