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strategies include random selection and the most recently visited location area first. This study shows that TLA significantly outperforms the classical location area strategy when the call-to-mobility ratio is low (i.e., the subscriber moves more frequently than calls are received) or when the location update cost is high. When the location update cost is low, the performance of TLA degrades if the variance of the residence times is small. It has been mentioned that TLA can be easily implemented by modifying the existing IS-41 system [14]. In [37], the authors have proposed a selective location update strategy. Their proposal is based on the location areas approach. The idea behind their proposal is that it is a waste of scarce wireless bandwidth to do a location update at a location in which a mobile station stays for a very short interval of time and has an extremely low probability of receiving a call. In their proposal, each subscriber updates only in certain preselected location areas, called update areas, based on his/her own mobility pattern. To determine update areas, a genetic algorithm is used to optimize the total location management cost, which is the weighted average of the location management costs in the individual location areas, which are functions of the subscriber s update strategy. The corresponding paging cost will be higher because the cellular system needs to track a mobile station down to the current location area from the last known location area. The tracking-down can be based on the location area interconnection graph in which the node set represents the location areas and the edge set represents the access paths (roads, highways, etc.) between pairs of location areas. Their experiments have shown that for low user location probability, low to moderate call arrival rate, and/or comparatively high update cost, skipping updating in several location areas leads to a minimization of the location management cost. In [3], the authors have proposed a dynamic location area strategy that minimizes the cost of location update subject to a constraint on the number of cells in the location area. They have proposed and used the shortest distance mobility model for vehicular subscribers, instead of the independent and identically distributed model. They have proved the location update optimal problem is NP-complete [16], and have provided a heuristic greedy algorithm to generate an approximate solution, which consists of location areas of irregular shape. They have also shown that the optimal rectangular location update areas are very close approximations to the irregular areas generated by the greedy algorithm. To page a subscriber within a location area, the authors have considered the trade-off between the paging cost and the paging delay. They have proposed a dynamic selective paging strategy, which is to minimize the paging cost subject to a constraint on the paging delay [4]. They use the subscriber s mobility pattern and incoming call rate to partition the location area, then page the partition sequentially until the subscriber is found. 2.5.2 Reporting Cells Another location management strategy is to use reporting cells or reporting centers [9, 18]. In the reporting cells approach, a subset of cells have been selected from all cells. Those selected cells are called reporting cells, and the other cells are called nonreporting cells. The base station of each cell broadcasts a signal to indicate whether the cell is a reporting cell or not. Therefore, a mobile station knows whether it is in a reporting cell or not. Figure 2.6 illustrates a service area with four reporting cells, marked by solid black
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