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H. Paul Keeler


Last seen: 4 months ago

University of Melbourne and Inria

9 total contributions since 2013

I do not read email sent through my author page.

I do stochastic (or random or Monte Carlo) simulations. Beyond that, I know little about MATLAB's wide range of toolboxes.

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Which is the best optimization method for optimizing over probability mass functions?
I have a nonlinear scalar function of a -dimensional variable/vector , where is a probability mass function (PMF) for a (discr...

10 months ago | 1 answer | 0

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I want to spatially distribute 1000 mobile devices in a network according to Poisson Point Process.
If the simulation windown/region has 1000 (or non random ) points, then it is not a Poisson process. It is a binomial point pro...

12 months ago | 1

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Poisson Point Process with fixed N
The original question: Distribute N points according to a homogeneous Poisson point process in a two-dimensional space of unit ...

12 months ago | 1

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How to generate Poisson users arrivals in cognitive radio
The arrivals (absolute) times form a homogeneous) Poisson *point* process on the real line, which corresponds to the jumps of a ...

2 years ago | 0

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Poisson point process simulation with a constant population?
For the definition of the Poisson point process, the N has to be a Poisson random variable with its mean related to the area/siz...

2 years ago | 0

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Studying the SINR process in Poisson networks by using its factorial moment measures
Calculate the probability of connecting to multiple base stations in a Poisson cellular network

6 years ago | 3 downloads |

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SINR-based k-coverage probability in cellular networks
Calculating the k-coverage probability with Poisson process-based cellular network models.

6 years ago | 6 downloads |

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Propagation process under various fading distributions in cellular networks
Demonstrates SINR, SIR, and other quantities are invariant under arbitrary fading.

7 years ago | 3 downloads |

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A two-tier cellular network is equivalent to a one-tier network
Demonstrates how a two-tier cellular network can be viewed as a one-tier isotropic network.

7 years ago | 3 downloads |