Energy-Efficient Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks: An Overview of Game-Theoretic Approaches

  title={Energy-Efficient Resource Allocation in Wireless Networks: An Overview of Game-Theoretic Approaches},
  author={Farhad Meshkati and H. Vincent Poor and Stuart C. Schwartz},
An overview of game-theoretic approaches to energy-efficie nt r source allocation in wireless networks is presented. Focusing on multiple-access networks, it is demons trated that game theory can be used as an effective tool to study resource allocation in wireless networks with qualit y-of-service (QoS) constraints. A family of non-cooperati ve (distributed) games is presented in which each user seeks to cho se a strategy that maximizes its own utility while satisfying its QoS requirements… CONTINUE READING
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