Non-cooperative spectrum allocation based on game theory in cognitive radio networks

@article{Li2010NoncooperativeSA,
  title={Non-cooperative spectrum allocation based on game theory in cognitive radio networks},
  author={Yi-Bing Li and Rui Yang and Fang Ye},
  journal={2010 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Bio-Inspired Computing: Theories and Applications (BIC-TA)},
  year={2010},
  pages={1134-1137}
}
In this work. we use game theory to analyze the spectrum allocation problem of cognitive radio networks. To deal with the multi Nash equilibrium problem of non-cooperative game based spectrum sharing in cognitive radio networks, we use the variation of utility of cognitive users to judge the stability after several iterations, and design an improved non-cooperative spectrum allocation algorithm. Simulation results shows that the improved non-cooperative spectrum allocation algorithm can achieve… CONTINUE READING

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