Demand and pricing effects on the radio resource allocation of multimedia communication systems

@inproceedings{Badia2003DemandAP,
  title={Demand and pricing effects on the radio resource allocation of multimedia communication systems},
  author={Leonardo Badia and Magnus Lindstr{\"o}m and Jens Zander and Michele Zorzi},
  booktitle={GLOBECOM},
  year={2003}
}
Over the years, Radio Resource Management has been benchmarked mostly by its technical merits. For a service provider, however, also economics must be considered. When the financial needs of the provider and the satisfaction of the users are considered, common objectives in radio resource management like maximising throughput or meeting various quality constraints, are no longer sufficient. We analyse next generation communication systems by including models of economics, presented in the… CONTINUE READING
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