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This book provides a methodology based on the Analytic Hierarchy/Network Processes (AHP/ANP) to assist telecoms planners to make informed decisions for the selection of technologies for rural telecoms infrastructure.
The book is organized in nine chapters: Chapter 1 through 2 present an overview of rural telecoms to explore the knowledge in this field.
Chapter 3 discusses the current planning approaches to rural telecoms and explores past research in relation to rural telecoms planning.
Chapter 4 through 5 discuss the AHP/ANP methods including the nature of hierarchal and network approaches and their use in complex decisions.
Chapter 6 through 7 deal with the formulation and estimation of the AHP, ANP and ANP BOCR models to comprehensively examine and create the evaluation and selection framework for rural telecoms.
Chapter 8 validates the proposed ANP model in a real case study that entails Libya’s sole telecommunications provider with respect to the operations and the level of the technological infrastructure.
Chapter 9 concludes the book by summarising the work done and the results achieved.
The chapter sums up by giving concluding remarks and the recommendations made.
Yousef Gasiea is Electronic Engineering graduate whose early career involved working on telecoms systems.
He has then obtained his PhD in Engineering Management from The University of Manchester, UK.
He currently pursues research consultancy and teaching.
His current research interests include Multi Criteria Decision Making in Telecommunications.
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