Hybrid Opportunistic Scheduling in Cognitive Radio Networks

@article{Li2012HybridOS,
  title={Hybrid Opportunistic Scheduling in Cognitive Radio Networks},
  author={Yang Li and Aria Nosratinia},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={328-337}
}
In a cognitive (secondary) multiple-access network which is subject to interference power constraints imposed by a primary system, it is desirable to mitigate the interference on the primary and to harvest multiuser diversity gains in the secondary. To simultaneously achieve these goals, a two-step (hybrid) scheduling method is proposed that pre-selects a set of secondary users based on their interference on the primary, and from among them selects the user(s) that yield the highest secondary… CONTINUE READING
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