Joint Power and Resource Allocation for Block-Fading Relay-Assisted Broadcast Channels

@article{Shaqfeh2011JointPA,
  title={Joint Power and Resource Allocation for Block-Fading Relay-Assisted Broadcast Channels},
  author={Mohammad Shaqfeh and Hussein M. Alnuweiri},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2011},
  volume={10},
  pages={1904-1913}
}
We provide the solution for optimizing the power and resource allocation over block-fading relay-assisted broadcast channels in order to maximize the long term average achievable rates region of the users. The problem formulation assumes regenerative (repetition coding) decode-and-forward (DF) relaying strategy, long-term average total transmitted power constraint, orthogonal multiplexing of the users messages within the channel blocks, possibility to use a direct transmission (DT) mode from… 

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