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Physical Layer (PHY) abstraction aims to model link performance and accelerate system-level analyses of communication systems by reducing simulation complexity and their associated computational costs. We examine a Physical Layer (PHY) abstraction approach based on Stochastic Dynamic Systems (SDS) for easing the requirement of expensive Monte Carlo system-level evaluations. We present the framework, recently
applied in simplified models for Successive Interference Cancellation
(SIC) receivers in the finite and large user limits, and refine
the analysis for a related scheme named Successive Interference
Blocking (SIB), with the objective of evaluating performance
metrics such as the Packet Error Rate using a probability particle
algorithm for approximating the equivalent SDS.
CitationRey, F.; Sala, J. Stochastic dynamic models in PHY abstraction. A: Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers. "Forty-seventh Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers". Pacific Grove, Califòrnia: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013, p. 1639-1643.
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