Decentralized interference management in femtocells: A game-theoretic approach

@article{Barbarossa2010DecentralizedIM,
  title={Decentralized interference management in femtocells: A game-theoretic approach},
  author={Sergio Barbarossa and Stefania Sardellitti and Alessandro Carfagna and Pasquale Vecchiarelli},
  journal={2010 Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks and Communications},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-5}
}
Femtocells are receiving considerable interest in mobile communications as a strategy to overcome the indoor coverage problems as well as to improve the efficiency of current macrocell systems. One of the most critical issues in femtocells is the potential interference between nearby femtocells and from femtocells to macrocells or to mobile handsets. In this work, we illustrate some decentralized strategies for an OFDMA femtocell system, based on game theory, where non-cooperative femtocells… CONTINUE READING
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