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Analyzing coverage holes in mobile networks is still an important problem that needs to be addressed, mainly in Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networks, which have been recently deployed. However, each type of coverage hole has to be handled depending on the effect they have on the users. In particular, they are characterized by causing abnormal disconnections or inter-Radio Access Technology (RAT) handovers when there is an underlying RAT available to maintain the connection released by the LTEdoi:10.1186/s13638-016-0733-y fatcat:jqbjmjyu25c77fsglsfd4jueyi