Establish a world-class Research Center for solving theoretical problems in probability theory and mathematical statistics, including the application of developed mathematical models to analyze telecommunications networks and systems
- The Project’s objective is to develop motion models for devices in 5G wireless networks taking into account data from mobility statistics for the evaluation of interference generated by moving devices and associated probabilistic characteristics of radio link unavailability periods. Formalization of radio resource control mechanisms in 5G networks in terms of the theory of random processes, queuing theory, and teletraffic theory considering heterogeneous network infrastructure, moving devices and availability of D2D and Internet of Things traffic as well as development of methods of analysis for queuing models with changing requirements.
- software for automated systems in banking and insurance: design of automated banking and insurance offices which will operate by devices controlled by wireless networks;
- Computer modeling of radio resource control mechanisms in 5G networks in terms of random process theory taking into account heterogeneous network infrastructure, moving devices and the availability of D2D and Internet of Things traffic.
- software for automated systems of interaction with public authorities: design of automated public service centers, which will operate by devices controlled by wireless networks.
conduct analysis of signal-to-interference ratio as well as related indicators of quality in terms of random processes for typical scenarios of user interaction in 5G networks supporting D2D connections and the Internet of Things.