Mohammad Gharbieh
Mohammad Gharbieh
MASc Student, ECE Department, University of Victoria (UVic), Canada.
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Spatiotemporal stochastic modeling of IoT enabled cellular networks: Scalability and stability analysis
M Gharbieh, H ElSawy, A Bader, MS Alouini
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (8), 3585-3600, 2017
1082017
First mile challenges for large-scale IoT
A Bader, H ElSawy, M Gharbieh, MS Alouini, A Adinoyi, F Alshaalan
IEEE Communications Magazine 55 (3), 138-144, 2017
312017
Self-organized scheduling request for uplink 5G networks: A D2D clustering approach
M Gharbieh, A Bader, H ElSawy, HC Yang, MS Alouini, A Adinoyi
IEEE Transactions on Communications 67 (2), 1197-1209, 2018
262018
Spatiotemporal model for uplink IoT traffic: Scheduling and random access paradox
M Gharbieh, H ElSawy, HC Yang, A Bader, MS Alouini
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 17 (12), 8357-8372, 2018
222018
Tractable stochastic geometry model for IoT access in LTE networks
M Gharbieh, H ElSawy, A Bader, MS Alouini
2016 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), 1-7, 2016
192016
The advents of device-to-device relaying for massively loaded 5G networks
M Gharbieh, A Bader, H ElSawy, MS Alouini, A Adinoyi
GLOBECOM 2017-2017 IEEE Global Communications Conference, 1-7, 2017
52017
A spatiotemporal model for the LTE uplink: Spatially interacting tandem queues approach
M Gharbieh, H ElSawy, A Bader, MS Alouini
2017 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 1-7, 2017
42017
Grant-free uplink transmission in self-powered IoT networks
M Gharbieh, H ElSawy, HC Yang, MS Alouini
2019 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), 1-6, 2019
22019
Grant-Free Opportunistic Uplink Transmission in Wireless-powered IoT: A Spatio-temporal Model
M Gharbieh, H El Sawy, M Emara, HC Yang, MS Alouini
IEEE Transactions on Communications, 2020
12020
Analysis and design of IoT-capable cellular networks with spatiotemporal modelling
M Gharbieh
2019
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