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Relevant Publications

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18. Ali Imran, Elias Yaacoub, Zaher Dawy Adnan Abu-Dayya, “A Mathematical Modeling Approach and a Novel Solution for Sector Azimuth Angle Planning”, accepted in 17th IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference, Beirut, Lebanon, April 13-16, 2014 , 17. Elias Yaacoub, Ali Imran,  Zaher Dawy, “A Generic Simulation-Based Dimensioning Approach for Planning Heterogeneous LTE Cellular Networks”, accepted in

Presentations

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This section contains pdfs  and where available, videos of public presentations.   How to Empower SON with Big Data”, an Invited talk at the International Wireless Industry Consortium workshop on “Evolving SON beyond network efficiency”, 13-15-April, 2015, Washington DC, VA, USA. http://www.iwpc.org/workshops/2015/2015-04-Sprint/agenda.html”   ‘Enabling Green 5G through HetNets and Big Data Empowered SON”, half day tutorial at

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Institutes

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QSON is an internationally collaborative project and its consortium consists of  following four  institutes: I. University of Oklahoma (http://www.ou.edu/coe/tcom ), Tulsa, OK, USA ii. QMIC (www.qmic.com) , Doha, Qatar   iii. CTTC (www.CTTC.es), Barcelona, Spain iv.University of Surrey (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/ccsr/) , Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH, UK In addition to these research institutes QSON also has in kind support of Ooredoo Qatar, the largest telecom

Investigators

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Principle Investigator: Dr. Ali Imran is an assistant professor in telecommunications at University of Oklahoma-Tulsa since Jan 2014. From Oct-2011 to Jan-2014, he worked as a research scientist at QMIC, Qatar (www.qmic.com). In that position, he conducted research on a wide range of innovative solutions by drawing mainly on disciplines of telecommunications, software development and sensor

Researchers

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Researchers: Hasan Farooq (PhD Candidate, OU) http://www.hasanfarooq.com/resume.html     Dr. Ahmad Zoha  (Research Scientist, QMIC) http://www.qmic.com/applied-research/our-scientists/ Dr. Hafiz Yasar Latif (Research Scientist, QMIC)   http://www.qmic.com/applied-research/our-scientists/   Mr. Hussain Peyvandi (PhD Candidate, Surrey)   http://www.surrey.ac.uk/ccsr/people/phd_students/hossein_peyvandi/index.htm   Mr. Talal Alsedairy (PhD Candidate, Surrey)   http://www.surrey.ac.uk/ccsr/people/phd_students/talal_alsedairy/index.htm   Mr. Pol Blasco1 (PhD Candidate, CTTC)   http://www.cttc.es/en/home/pblasco   Ms. Jessica Moysen (PhD Candidate, CTTC)  

Introduction

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The technical as well as commercial viability of future cellular systems is being challenged by the increasing complexity and heterogeneity of emerging cellular systems, coupled personal essays with decreasing per-bit revenues. The mounting obstacle to cost-effective ubiquitous mobile broad band connectivity is the semi-static design of legacy cellular systems that requires expensive skilled labor for

Use Case Examples

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The objective of this project personal experience essay is to research, investigate, propose, design and evaluate such SO functionalities in future cellular networks that will enable them to adapt themselves autonomously to cope with all dynamics of its life cycle in a scalable, stable and agile manner in order to continuously maintain all its performance objectives of optimal

Work Packages

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QSON project is structured in 5 work packages each consisting thehomeworkportal.com of further specific research tasks as illustrated in the figure below: [Click on the diagram to enlarge]

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