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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The channel assignment problem (CAP) in a cellular network requires finding a channel assignment to the call requests from cells such that three types of interference constraints are not only satisfied, but also the number of channels (channel span) is minimized. This paper presents a three-stage iterative algorithm, called the Quasi-solution state evolution algorithm for CAP (QCAP). QCAP evolutes quasi-solution states where a subset of call requests is assigned channels and no more request candoi:10.1007/3-540-45801-8_4 fatcat:itclqc6aijgjrgjmgvfrl2c6ve