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Decentralized Power Allocation and Beamforming Using Non-Convex Nash Game for Energy-Aware mmWave Networks

@article{Wang2021DecentralizedPA,
  title={Decentralized Power Allocation and Beamforming Using Non-Convex Nash Game for Energy-Aware mmWave Networks},
  author={Wenbo Wang and Amir Leshem},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.06779}
}
This paper focuses on the problem of joint beamforming control and power allocation in the ad-hoc mmWave network. Over the shared spectrum, a number of multi-inputmulti-output links attempt to minimize their supply power by simultaneously finding the locally optimal power allocation and beamformers in a self-interested manner. Our design considers a category of non-convex quality-of-service constraints, which are a function of the coupled strategies adopted by the mutually interfering ad-hoc… Expand

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