Huang, Yuan Y.
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Nowadays advanced computational tools are used to design telecommunication infrastructures. Taking advantages of progresses in high performance calculation (HPC) and in deterministic surrogate modeling (e.g Polynomial Chaos), an urban propagation tool has been used to assess the 4G-induced Radio Frequency (RF) Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) global population exposure, from both uplink and downlink radio emissions. The later study explored the population RF EMF exposure in terms of propagation environments using stochastic city models governed by a few City Parameters (CP), such as, built surface, height of building or length of streets. Nevertheless, the sensitivity analysis of the exposure on the CP requires a large number of simulations. To overcome such a limit, this paper proposes an innovative approach to built a surrogate model for stochastic simulators Show more
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