Performance analysis of mobile users in Poisson wireless networks

Pranav Madadi
Stochastic geometry is a widely accepted mathematical tool used to analyze cellular networks, where the location of base stations are modeled by spatial point processes. It is used to derive closed-form or semi-closed-form expressions for the SINR or for the functions of the SINR which determine various network performance metrics such as coverage probability, "edge" capacity, 90% quantile rate, spectral efficiency, and connectivity without resorting to complicated simulation methods. Predominantly, it is used in deriving...
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