Agassi Melikov

Agassi Melikov received his degree in Mathematics at Baku State University, Azerbaijan in 1977, PhD in Control Theory from Institute of Automatics, Kiev, in 1984, and Doctor of Sciences in Computer Science from Department of Applied Mathematics at Kiev National Technical University, Ukraine in 1992. He was a Visiting Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Eastern Mediterranean University of Cyprus from August of 1999 to August of 2000. He was also a Visiting Scholar in the Telecommunication Mathematics Research Centre at the Korea University, Seoul, from April of 2006 to June of 2006. He is currently Head of Department of Aerospace Information Technologies at National Aviation Academy of Azerbaijan and Head of Department of Teletraffic at Institute of Cybernetics, National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan. His current research interests are in teletraffic and queuing theory and their applications. He has published around 100 papers in internationally refereed journals such as Automation & Remote Control, Computer Communications, Cybernetics and System Sciences, Journal of Automation and Information Sciences, Automatic Control and Computer Sciences, Engineering Simulation. In 2001 he was selected for Associate Member of National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan in the field of Information Technologies. He is a member of Editorial Board of the journals Applied Mathematics (Scientific Research, USA) and Resent Patents on Electrical Engineering (Bentham Science Publisher, USA), Applied and Computational Mathematics (Azerbaijan).

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Wireless cellular networks are an integral part of modern telecommunication systems. Today it is hard to imagine our life without the use of such networks. Nevertheless, the development, implementation and operation of these networks require engineers and scientists to address a number of interrelated problems. Among them are the problem of choosing the proper geometric shape and dimensions of cells based on geographical location, finding the optimal location of cell base station, selection the scheme dividing the total net bandwidth between its cells, organization of the handover of a call between cells, information security and network reliability, and many others. The book focuses on three types of problems from the above list - Positioning, Performance Analysis and Reliability. It contains three sections. The Section 1 is devoted to problems of Positioning and contains five chapters. The Section 2 contains eight Chapters which are devoted to quality of service (QoS) metrics analysis of wireless cellular networks. The Section 3 contains two Chapters and deal with reliability issues of wireless cellular networks. The book will be useful to researches in academia and industry and also to post-gradute students in telecommunication specialitiies.

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