Muhammad Ali Imran
Muhammad Ali Imran
Professor of Communication Systems - University of Glasgow
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How much energy is needed to run a wireless network?
G Auer, V Giannini, C Desset, I Godor, P Skillermark, M Olsson, MA Imran, ...
IEEE wireless communications 18 (5), 40-49, 2011
14742011
Non-intrusive load monitoring approaches for disaggregated energy sensing: A survey
A Zoha, A Gluhak, MA Imran, S Rajasegarar
Sensors 12 (12), 16838-16866, 2012
8482012
D2. 3: Energy efficiency analysis of the reference systems, areas of improvements and target breakdown
G Auer, O Blume, V Giannini, I Godor, M Imran, Y Jading, E Katranaras, ...
Earth 20 (10), 2010
5872010
Software-defined industrial internet of things in the context of industry 4.0
J Wan, S Tang, Z Shu, D Li, S Wang, M Imran, AV Vasilakos
IEEE Sensors Journal 16 (20), 7373-7380, 2016
5632016
5G backhaul challenges and emerging research directions: A survey
M Jaber, MA Imran, R Tafazolli, A Tukmanov
IEEE access 4, 1743-1766, 2016
4322016
A survey of self organisation in future cellular networks
OG Aliu, A Imran, MA Imran, B Evans
Communications Surveys & Tutorials, IEEE 15 (1), 336-361, 2013
4322013
Uplink non-orthogonal multiple access for 5G wireless networks
M Al-Imari, P Xiao, MA Imran, R Tafazolli
2014 11th international symposium on wireless communications systems (ISWCS …, 2014
3892014
MmWave massive-MIMO-based wireless backhaul for the 5G ultra-dense network
Z Gao, L Dai, D Mi, Z Wang, MA Imran, MZ Shakir
IEEE wireless communications 22 (5), 13-21, 2015
3672015
Internet-of-things-based smart cities: Recent advances and challenges
Y Mehmood, F Ahmad, I Yaqoob, A Adnane, M Imran, S Guizani
IEEE Communications Magazine 55 (9), 16-24, 2017
3502017
A survey of machine learning techniques applied to self-organizing cellular networks
PV Klaine, MA Imran, O Onireti, RD Souza
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 19 (4), 2392-2431, 2017
2862017
A study of university students’ motivation and its relationship with their academic performance
H Afzal, I Ali, M Aslam Khan, K Hamid
Available at SSRN 2899435, 2010
2712010
Flexible power modeling of LTE base stations
C Desset, B Debaillie, V Giannini, A Fehske, G Auer, H Holtkamp, ...
2012 IEEE wireless communications and networking conference (WCNC), 2858-2862, 2012
2572012
Cellular energy efficiency evaluation framework
G Auer, V Giannini, I Gódor, P Skillermark, M Olsson, MA Imran, D Sabella, ...
2011 IEEE 73rd vehicular technology conference (VTC Spring), 1-6, 2011
2482011
A speculative study on 6G
F Tariq, MRA Khandaker, KK Wong, MA Imran, M Bennis, M Debbah
IEEE Wireless Communications 27 (4), 118-125, 2020
2302020
5G for vehicular communications
SAA Shah, E Ahmed, M Imran, S Zeadally
IEEE Communications Magazine 56 (1), 111-117, 2018
2062018
Economic production quantity model for items with imperfect quality subject to learning effects
MY Jaber, SK Goyal, M Imran
International Journal of Production Economics 115 (1), 143-150, 2008
2052008
Mobile crowd sensing for traffic prediction in internet of vehicles
J Wan, J Liu, Z Shao, AV Vasilakos, M Imran, K Zhou
Sensors 16 (1), 88, 2016
1942016
A survey of simulators, emulators and testbeds for wireless sensor networks
M Imran, AM Said, H Hasbullah
2010 International Symposium on Information Technology 2, 897-902, 2010
1922010
On the Energy Efficiency-Spectral Efficiency Trade-off over the MIMO Rayleigh Fading Channel
F Héliot, MA Imran, R Tafazolli
Communications, IEEE Transactions on 60 (5), 1345-1356, 2012
1732012
Individual energy use and feedback in an office setting: A field trial
N Murtagh, M Nati, WR Headley, B Gatersleben, A Gluhak, MA Imran, ...
Energy policy 62, 717-728, 2013
1692013
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