On Throughput Region for Primary and Secondary Networks With Node-Level Cooperation

@article{Yuan2016OnTR,
  title={On Throughput Region for Primary and Secondary Networks With Node-Level Cooperation},
  author={Xu Yuan and Feng Tian and Yiwei Thomas Hou and Wenjing Lou and Hanif D. Sherali and Sastry Kompella and Jeffrey H. Reed},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2016},
  volume={34},
  pages={2763-2775}
}
Cooperation has become an essential element in spectrum sharing between the primary and secondary networks. A new trend in cooperation is to allow the primary and secondary networks to cooperate on the node level for data forwarding. This new paradigm allows to pool network resources from both the primary and secondary networks and allows users in each network to access a much richer network infrastructure in a combined network. This paper offers an in-depth study of such node-level cooperation… CONTINUE READING

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