Konstantin Samouylov
Peoples’ Friendships University of Russia (RUDN University)

Mathematical Modeling Issues in the Future Wireless Networks

Over the past few years there has been an increasing level of research activities worldwide to design and performance analysis for the future wireless networks, namely M2M and D2D communications over the LTE networks. Lecture outlines how mathematical models are being used to address current issues concerning quality of service and performance parameters of the future wireless networks. We show models based on the teletraffic and queuing theory and reflecting key features of admission control mechanisms in the LTE network. There should be great opportunities for the scientific community to contribute to solution of these problems in the forthcoming decade.