Daniela Saturnino

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The problem of noncooperative resource allocation in multicell uplink orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) systems is considered in this paper. Noncooperative games for subcarrier allocation and transmit power control are considered, aiming at maximizing the users' SINRs and, most notably, the users' energy efficiency, measured in bit/Joule(More)
The uplink of a multiuser cognitive radio network, wherein secondary users communicating with a secondary access point coexist with primary users communicating with a primary access point, is considered in this paper. Primary and secondary users' signals coexist in the same frequency band, and the transmit powers of the secondary users are constrained so(More)
This paper focuses on the cross-layer issue of resource allocation for energy efficiency in the uplink of a multiuser MIMO wireless communication system. Assuming that all of the transmitters and the uplink receiver are equipped with multiple antennas, the situation considered is that in which each terminal is allowed to vary its transmit power, beamforming(More)
This article provided a survey of waveform adaptation algorithms for multiuser wireless communications based on noncooperative game theory. Emphasis has been given to the problem of spreading code optimization in CDMA systems, a research topic that has attracted the interest of many researchers for years, and some space has also been devoted to other(More)
* Summary. In this paper the issue of energy efficiency in CDMA wireless data networks is addressed through a game theoretic approach. Building on a recent paper by the first two authors, wherein a non-cooperative game for spreading-code optimization, power control, and receiver design has been proposed to maximize the ratio of data throughput to transmit(More)
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