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Handover parameter optimization in LTE self-organizing networks

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This paper presents a self-optimizing algorithm that tunes the handover (HO) parameters of a LTE (Long-Term Evolution) base station in order to improve the overall network performance and diminish negative effects (call dropping, HO failures). The proposed algorithm picks the best hysteresis and time-to-trigger combination for the current network status. We examined the effects of this self-optimizing algorithm in a realistic scenario setting and the results show an improvement from the static value settings.

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Jansen, Thomas, Irina-Mihaela Balan, Ingrid Moerman, and Thomas Kürner. 2010. “Handover Parameter Optimization in LTE Self-organizing Networks.” In Joint Workshop COST 2100 SWG 3.1 and FP7-ICT-SOCRATES, Papers. European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific an Technical Research (Euro-COST).
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Jansen, T., Balan, I.-M., Moerman, I., & Kürner, T. (2010). Handover parameter optimization in LTE self-organizing networks. Joint workshop COST 2100 SWG 3.1 and FP7-ICT-SOCRATES, Papers. Presented at the Joint workshop COST 2100 SWG 3.1 and FP7-ICT-SOCRATES ; 10th Management Committee Meeting of COST 2100, European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific an Technical Research (Euro-COST).
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Jansen T, Balan I-M, Moerman I, Kürner T. Handover parameter optimization in LTE self-organizing networks. Joint workshop COST 2100 SWG 3.1 and FP7-ICT-SOCRATES, Papers. European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific an Technical Research (Euro-COST); 2010.
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Jansen, Thomas, Irina-Mihaela Balan, Ingrid Moerman, et al. “Handover Parameter Optimization in LTE Self-organizing Networks.” Joint Workshop COST 2100 SWG 3.1 and FP7-ICT-SOCRATES, Papers. European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific an Technical Research (Euro-COST), 2010. Print.
@inproceedings{976797,
  abstract     = {This paper presents a self-optimizing algorithm that tunes the handover (HO) parameters of a LTE (Long-Term Evolution) base station in order to improve the overall network performance and diminish negative effects (call dropping, HO failures). The proposed algorithm picks the best hysteresis and time-to-trigger combination for the current network status. We examined the effects of this self-optimizing algorithm in a realistic scenario setting and the results show an improvement from the static value settings.},
  author       = { Jansen, Thomas and Balan, Irina-Mihaela and Moerman, Ingrid and Kürner, Thomas },
  booktitle    = {Joint workshop COST 2100 SWG 3.1 and FP7-ICT-SOCRATES, Papers},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Athens, Greece},
  pages        = {4},
  publisher    = {European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific an Technical Research (Euro-COST)},
  title        = {Handover parameter optimization in LTE self-organizing networks},
  url          = {http://www.fp7-socrates.org/files/Publications/SOCRATES_2010_COST%202100%20TD(10)10068.pdf},
  year         = {2010},
}