Hajar Elhammouti

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In this paper, we address the problem of energy-aware user satisfaction in self-organizing networks. Our main objective is to meet with the users requirements while reducing energy consumption. Accordingly, we aim at seeking satisfaction equilibria, mainly the efficient satisfaction equilibrium (ESE). We first define conditions of existence and uniqueness(More)
Heterogeneous deployment of base stations with different transmit power levels helps increase the network efficiency. Yet, the allocation of powers to base stations should be optimal in order to minimize interferences and thus improve users through-put. In this paper, we present a game theoretical approach to maximize the overall throughput in heterogeneous(More)
Small-Cells are deployed in order to enhance the network performance by bringing the network closer to the user. However, as the number of low power nodes grows increasingly, the overall energy consumption of the Small-Cells base stations cannot be ignored. A relevant amount of energy could be saved through several techniques, especially power control(More)
In this paper, we investigate positioning on the mobile market of a Mobile Virtual Network operators (MVNO). We take into account a market segmentation based on brand appeal and look for assumptions that make the the Mobile Virtual Operator (MNO) share the market with the MVNO through the computation of Nash Equilibria (NE).
Cooperative sensing enables secondary users to combine individual sensing results in order to attain sensing accuracies beyond those achieved by consumer RF devices. However, due to sensing costs, secondary users may prefer not to cooperate to the sensing task, leading to higher false alarm probability. In this paper, we study how information about the(More)
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