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This book explores the various aspects of current research in channel radio assignment.The collection includes several chapters concerned with developing a sound theoretical framework for channel assignment. Also included are the modelling and efficient solution of network design problems, which are becoming increasingly important in wireless networks. This book illustrates a range of mathematical and computational tools including graph colouring, graph labelling, linear and nonlinear optimization, meta-heuristics, constraint satisfaction and multidisciplinary optimization.
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Robert Leese is at Smith Institute for Industrial Mathematics and System Engineering and St Catherine's College, Oxford. Stephen Hurley is at Department of Computer Science, Cardiff University.Review:
This book is intended for researchers and graduate students in mathematics and computing, and it should be of interest to service providers and spectrum regulators. * Zentralblatt MATH *
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