Spectum sharing as congestion games

  title={Spectum sharing as congestion games},
  author={Mingyan Liu and Yunnan Wu},
  journal={2008 46th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing},
A fundamental problem in wireless networking is efficient spectrum sharing. In this paper we study this problem in the context of decentralized multi-user frequency adaptation, with the objective of designing protocols that are efficient, agile, robust, and incentive-compatible. Our approach is based on the theory of congestion games, a class of games that models the competition for resources among multiple selfish players. In a congestion game, when a player unilaterally switches her strategy… CONTINUE READING
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