Potential Game Theory: Applications in Radio Resource Allocation

Potential Game Theory: Applications in Radio Resource Allocation

English | 2016 | ISBN-10: 331930867X | 158 Pages | EPUB | 2 MB

Examines the techniques of potential games and their significant role in radio resource management
Introduces novel properties and useful results in the methodologies for identification and formulation of potential games
Surveys applications of potential games to existing systems such as OFDMA 3G/4G/WiFi networks and next-generation systems including cognitive radios and dynamic spectrum access networks

This book offers a thorough examination of potential game theory and its applications in radio resource management for wireless communications systems and networking.
The book addresses two major research goals: how to identify a given game as a potential game, and how to design the utility functions and the potential functions with certain special properties in order to formulate a potential game. After proposing a unifying mathematical framework for the identification of potential games, the text surveys existing applications of this technique within wireless communications and networking problems found in OFDMA 3G/4G/WiFi networks, as well as next-generation systems such as cognitive radios and dynamic spectrum access networks.
Professionals interested in understanding the theoretical aspect of this specialized field will find Potential Game Theory a valuable resource, as will advanced-level engineering students. It paves the way for extensive and rigorous research exploration on a topic whose capacity for practical applications is vast but not yet fully exploited.



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