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hina tabassum
hina tabassum
Associate Professor, York University, Canada
Verified email at yorku.ca
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Dynamic user clustering and power allocation for uplink and downlink non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) systems
MS Ali, H Tabassum, E Hossain
IEEE access 4, 6325-6343, 2016
8782016
Evolution toward 5G multi-tier cellular wireless networks: An interference management perspective
E Hossain, M Rasti, H Tabassum, A Abdelnasser
IEEE Wireless communications 21 (3), 118-127, 2014
8032014
Multi-tier drone architecture for 5G/B5G cellular networks: Challenges, trends, and prospects
S Sekander, H Tabassum, E Hossain
IEEE Communications Magazine 56 (3), 96-103, 2018
3922018
Wireless backhauling of 5G small cells: Challenges and solution approaches
U Siddique, H Tabassum, E Hossain, DI Kim
IEEE Wireless Communications 22 (5), 22-31, 2015
3562015
Modeling and analysis of uplink non-orthogonal multiple access in large-scale cellular networks using poisson cluster processes
H Tabassum, E Hossain, J Hossain
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (8), 3555-3570, 2017
2242017
Optimization of wireless relaying with flexible UAV-borne reflecting surfaces
T Shafique, H Tabassum, E Hossain
IEEE Transactions on Communications 69 (1), 309-325, 2020
1792020
Analysis of massive MIMO-enabled downlink wireless backhauling for full-duplex small cells
H Tabassum, AH Sakr, E Hossain
IEEE Transactions on Communications 64 (6), 2354-2369, 2016
1732016
Medium access control design for full duplex wireless systems: challenges and approaches
KM Thilina, H Tabassum, E Hossain, DI Kim
IEEE Communications Magazine 53 (5), 112-120, 2015
1542015
Deep learning for radio resource allocation in multi-cell networks
KI Ahmed, H Tabassum, E Hossain
IEEE Network 33 (6), 188-195, 2019
1522019
Wireless-powered cellular networks: Key challenges and solution techniques
H Tabassum, E Hossain, A Ogundipe, DI Kim
IEEE Communications Magazine 53 (6), 63-71, 2015
1312015
Uplink vs. downlink NOMA in cellular networks: Challenges and research directions
H Tabassum, MS Ali, E Hossain, MJ Hossain, DI Kim
2017 IEEE 85th vehicular technology conference (VTC Spring), 1-7, 2017
1152017
Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) in cellular uplink and downlink: Challenges and enabling techniques
H Tabassum, MS Ali, E Hossain, MJ Hossain, DI Kim
arXiv preprint arXiv:1608.05783, 2016
1132016
Fundamentals of mobility-aware performance characterization of cellular networks: A tutorial
H Tabassum, M Salehi, E Hossain
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 21 (3), 2288-2308, 2019
1062019
Downlink performance of cellular systems with base station sleeping, user association, and scheduling
H Tabassum, U Siddique, E Hossain, MJ Hossain
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 13 (10), 5752-5767, 2014
952014
Green heterogeneous small-cell networks: toward reducing the CO2 emissions of mobile communications industry using uplink power adaptation
MZ Shakir, KA Qaraqe, H Tabassum, MS Alouini, E Serpedin, MA Imran
IEEE Communications Magazine 51 (6), 52-61, 2013
932013
On feasibility of 5G-grade dedicated RF charging technology for wireless-powered wearables
O Galinina, H Tabassum, K Mikhaylov, S Andreev, E Hossain, ...
IEEE Wireless Communications 23 (2), 28-37, 2016
892016
Downlink spectrum allocation for in-band and out-band wireless backhauling of full-duplex small cells
U Siddique, H Tabassum, E Hossain
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (8), 3538-3554, 2017
872017
Exact Coverage Analysis of Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces With Nakagami-M Channels
H Ibrahim, H Tabassum, UT Nguyen
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 70 (1), 1072-1076, 2021
852021
Coverage and rate analysis for co-existing RF/VLC downlink cellular networks
H Tabassum, E Hossain
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 17 (4), 2588-2601, 2018
832018
Meta distribution of SIR in large-scale uplink and downlink NOMA networks
M Salehi, H Tabassum, E Hossain
IEEE Transactions on Communications 67 (4), 3009-3025, 2018
822018
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