A Markov Model of Slice Admission Control

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Han, Bin; Feng, Di; Schotten, Hans;

The emerging feature of network slicing in future fifth generation networks calls for efficient slice management. Recent studies have been focusing on the mechanism of slice admission control, which functions in a manner of state machine. This letter proposes a general ... View more
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