Geometrical Probability in Wireless Networks

Title: Geometrical Probability in Wireless Networks
Speaker: Professor Jianping Pan, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC,
Canada
Date/Time: Monday August 15, 2011/ 10:30 am – 11:20 am.
Location: HP 4351, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, K1S
5B6
Registration: NOT required
Organized by: IEEE Ottawa Joint Chapters of ComSoc/BTS/CES/SP/OE/GRS
Co-sponsored by: IEEE Ottawa Joint Chapters of ComSoc/BTS/CES/SP/OE/GRS,
School of Mathematics and Statistic of Carleton University, and
Communication Research Centre Canada

Abstract:
Many performance metrics in wireless networks are ultimately nonlinear
functions of the distances between transmitters, receivers and interferers.
For a given network coverage and a distribution of random users within the
network, how to characterize the distances among these users becomes a
challenge and a prerequisite to accurate system modeling and analysis. This
talk presents some recent results in Geometrical Probability for random
distances associated with rhombuses (e.g., directional antennas) and
hexagons (e.g., cellular systems).

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