Competition in Wireless Systems via Bayesian Interference Games

@article{Adlakha2007CompetitionIW,
  title={Competition in Wireless Systems via Bayesian Interference Games},
  author={Sachin Adlakha and Ramesh Johari and Andrea J. Goldsmith},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2007},
  volume={abs/0709.0516}
}
We study competition between wireless devices with incomplete information about their opponents. We model such interactions as Bayesian interference games. Each wireless device selects a power profile over the entire available bandwidth to maximize its data rate (measured via Shannon capacity), which requires mitigating the effect of interference caused by other devices. Such competitive models represent situations in which several wireless devices share spectrum without any central authority… CONTINUE READING
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