The state-dependent rejection scheme (SRS) provides a common framework for analysing existing handoff schemes and for designing new ones easily. Designing new schemes is made simple by determining the appropriate set of state-dependent probabilities. The Markov analysis of SRS is simple and useful for drawing initial conclusions on handoff strategies. The analysis and simulations carried out here demonstrate the capability of SRS to adapt to different mobility and load scenarios and to achieve good performance while targeting quality of service performance metrics.
CitationBarcelo, F. "Performance analysis of handoff resource allocation strategies through the state-dependent rejection scheme", IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 3, n. 3, p. 900-909, May 2004.
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