Comments on "Cross-Tier Cooperation for Optimal Resource Utilization in Ultra-Dense Heterogeneous Networks"
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- IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2018, 67 (11), pp. 11307 - 11308
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© 2018 IEEE. Two adaptive dedicated channel allocation algorithms, namely dynamic dedicated channel partitioning (D2CP) and dynamic dedicated channel partitioning with cooperation (D2CP-C), were proposed in  to improve the system throughput of ultra-dense networks (UDN). However, due to the incorrect use of the geometric-arithmetic mean inequality theorem, the average system throughput could not be guaranteed to be optimal. In this letter, we study the proposed D2CP and D2CP-C algorithms in UDN and deduce the average system throughput. Consequently, we prove that the equal resource allocation strategy proposed in  is strictly not optimal.
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