Juan E. Suris

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——Recent studies on spectrum usage reveal poor utilization, both spatially and temporally. Opportunistic use of licensed spectrum while limiting interference to primary users can enhance spectrum reuse and provide orders of magnitude improvement in available channel capacity. This calls for spectrum sharing protocols that are dynamic, exible, and efcient,(More)
There is a need for new spectrum access protocols that are opportunistic, flexible and efficient, yet fair. Game theory provides a framework for analyzing spectrum access, a problem that involves complex distributed decisions by independent spectrum users. We develop a cooperative game theory model to analyze a scenario where nodes in a multi-hop wireless(More)
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