Discuss the present day Law and Justice of Scotland. This includes the problems it may face and how citizens are affected.
cheme is selected to be implemented for selecting the first UE. Then, the second UE to be paired is selected by implementing different schemes, where the selected schemes are random pairing (PR) scheme, orthogonal pairing (OP) scheme and determinant pairing (DP) scheme. For PR scheme, the second UE is selected randomly. This scheme seems easy and flexible to be implemented with low computational complexity. However, the PR scheme is not able to achieve the maximum cell throughput because the channel information is not used in this scheme. Thus, this scheme will cause serious interference and the resource cannot be utilized effectively. Next, for the OP scheme, the user equipment pair is selected by the maximum orthogonal to the first user equipment. Then, the second user equipment is selected by maximizing the numerator criterion. The DP scheme is quite similar to the OP scheme with one exception, the calculation of the numerator criterion. Utilizing both OP and DP schemes in grouping the users will allow the reduction of the interference between the users. The proposed scheme does not guarantee that this scheme is effective for more than two users per group. The third user selection will be more complex because the first user is selected based on the round-robin method and second user is selected based on either the RP, OP or DP scheme. A joint user pairing using a precoding scheme for the multiuser MIMO (MU- MIMO) has been developed by Xia et al. (2010). The SNIR is chosen as an objective function, with each base station selects the users with the highest SINR to be the first user. A unitary matrix is generated based on the first user precoding vector from which the base station selects the users one by one. This scheme achieves a higher sum rate when compared to the signal to leakage and noise ratio (SLNR) algorithm. The problem of partitioning the transmitter nodes for creating cooperative groups has been studied by Hong et al. (2013). Joint user grouping is implemented by defining a subset of nodes for a large number of users. A technique called semi definite relaxation (SDR) is used for the joint optimisation problem where each user is considered a single transmitter antenna. Two network scenarios are tested. The first uses the cooperation of single multiple transmit antennas for transmitting the data to a single receiver antenna. The second>GET ANSWER