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Provisioning the capacity of wireless networks is difficult when peak load is significantly higher than average load, for example, in public spaces like airports or train stations. Service providers can use femtocells and small cells to increase local capacity, but deploying enough femtocells to serve peak loads requires a large number of femtocells that will remain idle most of the time, which wastes a significant amount of power. To reduce the energy consumption of over-provisioned femtocelldoi:10.1109/mass.2015.16 dblp:conf/mass/LinSBP15 fatcat:73vl3hin7ffalojge6d4m3wlfu