Fair rate adaptation in multiuser interference channels

@article{Tajer2010FairRA,
  title={Fair rate adaptation in multiuser interference channels},
  author={Ali Tajer and Narayan Prasad and Xiaodong Wang},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory},
  year={2010},
  pages={2083-2087}
}
Achievable rate regions of multiuser fading interference channels depend on their fading realizations. Motivated by this premise we consider the problem of adapting the users' rates to fading variations. Channel-dependent rate adjustments are accomplished after each transition of the fading channel from one state to another. Such rate adjustments (increments or decrements) are constrained to meet some notion of fairness among the users and are designed to ensure that all users remain decodable… CONTINUE READING

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