Joint Scheduling and Power-Allocation for Interference Management in Wireless Networks

@inproceedings{LiuJointSA,
  title={Joint Scheduling and Power-Allocation for Interference Management in Wireless Networks},
  author={Xin Liu and Edwin K. P. Chong and Ness B. Shroff}
}
Interference management is crucial in wireless communication systems because interference ultimately limits the system capacity. Opportunistic scheduling and power allocation are effective interference management mechanisms. In this paper, we present joint scheduling and power-allocation schemes to alleviate intercell interference. First, we study the problem with the objective to minimize the average transmission power, and thus interference to other cells, while maintaining the required data… CONTINUE READING
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