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2005
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An Afterstates Reinforcement Learning Approach to Optimize Admission Control in Mobile Cellular Networks

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An Afterstates Reinforcement Learning Approach to Optimize Admission Control in Mobile Cellular Networks
We deploy a novel Reinforcement Learning optimization technique based on afterstates learning to determine the gain that can be achieved by incorporating movement prediction information in the session admission control process in mobile cellular networks. The novel technique is able to find better solutions and with less dispersion. The gain is obtained by evaluating the performance of optimal policies achieved with and without the predictive information, while taking into account possible prediction errors. The prediction agent is able to determine the handover instants both stochastically and deterministically. Numerical results show significant performance gains when the predictive information is used in the admission process, and that higher gains are obtained when deterministic handover instants can be determined.
José Manuel Giménez-Guzmán, J
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where EURONGI
Authors José Manuel Giménez-Guzmán, Jorge Martínez-Bauset, Vicent Pla
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