Launcher_FFR_performance_simulations Error

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  • #10514
    ahmetemir
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    Hi,

    I run Launcher_FFR_performance_simulations.m from reproducibility\FFR folder on Vienna 1.9 Q2-2016 System Level Simulator. While I run the code, I came across error ason command window:

     TTI     1/25: *****+++++.Assignment has more non-singleton rhs dimensions than non-singleton subscripts
    
    Error in tracing.ueTrace/store (line 147)
               obj.RI(1:length(nLayers),tti_idx)         = nLayers;
    
    Error in network_elements.UE/link_performance_model (line 1342)
                    obj.trace.store(...
    
    Error in LTE_sim_main (line 482)
              UEs(u_).link_performance_model;
    
    Error in Launcher_FFR_performance_simulations (line 104)
        generated_file = LTE_sim_main(currentLTE_config);

    I could -n’t understand this error.
    Would you help me please?

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    #10577
    ahmetemir
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    I recognised that reason of this error. At link_performance_model function of network_elements/UE.m nLayers couldn’t be calculated on obj.eNodeB_signaling.get_TB_params for 36th UE on every TTI for all beta_fr and SNR threshold. But I couldn’t understand how I fixed it.

    Could you give me advices please?

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    #10820

    Dear ahmetemir,

    I couldn’t reproduce the error you are getting. Please make sure that you are using the latest version of the simulator (download it again), since some of the files in the reproducibility folder were updated. It is very likely that the launcher file you are using is not compatible with the newest version of the simulator, since in the reproducibility folder we provide reproducible results from scientific publications of our team collected over years.

    Best regards,
    Fjolla

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