Multiuser Optimization: Distributed Algorithms and Error Analysis

@article{Koshal2011MultiuserOD,
  title={Multiuser Optimization: Distributed Algorithms and Error Analysis},
  author={Jayash Koshal and Angelia Nedic and Uday V. Shanbhag},
  journal={SIAM Journal on Optimization},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={1046-1081}
}
Traditionally, a multiuser problem is a constrained optimization problem characterized by a set of users, an objective given by a sum of user-specific utility functions, and a collection of linear constraints that couple the user decisions. The users do not share the information about their utilities, but do communicate values of their decision variables. The multiuser problem is to maximize the sum of the users-specific utility functions subject to the coupling constraints, while abiding by… CONTINUE READING
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