interference prediction

interference prediction

[‚in·tər′fir·əns prə′dik·shən]
(electronics)
Process of estimating the interference level of a particular equipment as a function of its future electromagnetic environment.
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Then, an interference prediction is employed, and, according to the prediction, the framework will compute the remaining time of the task to predict the stragglers and assign the backup task to an appropriate node.
Secondly, we develop an algorithm that works with the performance interference prediction to identify the stragglers and assign the tasks.
In this paper, the sensing data are collected by the satellite that can fully observe the spectrum, so the proposed onboard interference prediction scheme CMA is compared with the one in [12,13].
In this paper, we propose the memorized centroid bucket (MCB) schemes to achieve the long-term interference prediction by the suggested stationary spectral distribution (SSD) of interferences.
So, rather than using the widely used methods for CMA, we design a novel interference prediction scheme for the LEO satellite to utilize the global history effectively and efficiently.
Here, we propose the onboard interference prediction scheme memorized centroid bucket (MCB) whose system model is shown in Figure 4.
Our focus here lies on the long-term interference prediction whose performance determines the feasibility of the CMA in our system.
The measure [P.sub.d] represents the success rate of the interference prediction. Sometimes, we may need to assure a higher quality of the communication services.
The extra attenuation that the signal experiences along the path towards and from the common volume is also taken into consideration for interference prediction in this work.
Leung, "Power Control by Interference Prediction for Broadband Wireless Packet Networks," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol.
The combined solution will improve the accuracy of network interference predictions and let companies manage user capacity problems in GSM/GPRS and UMTS networks.
Based upon interference predictions and measurements, PathGuard compiles for every PCS sector a preliminary list of channels that, when individually activated, will not cause interference to (or receive interference from) an OFS incumbent.
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