Combinatorial optimization algorithms for radio network planning

  • Calégari P
  • Guidec F
  • Kuonen P
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Abstract

This paper uses a realistic problem taken from the telecommunication world as the basis for comparing different combinatorial optimization algorithms. The problem recalls the minimum hitting set problem, and is solved with greedy-like, Darwinism and genetic algorithms. These three paradigms are described and analyzed with emphasis on the Darwinism approach, which is based on the computation of epsilon-nets.

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  • combinatorial optimization
  • genetic algorithm
  • radio transceiver siting
  • set system

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Authors

  • P Calégari

  • F Guidec

  • P Kuonen

  • F Nielsen

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