The designer's perspective to atomic noncooperative networks

@article{Libman1999TheDP,
  title={The designer's perspective to atomic noncooperative networks},
  author={Lavy Libman and Ariel Orda},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Trans. Netw.},
  year={1999},
  volume={7},
  pages={875-884}
}
In noncooperative networks, resources are shared among selfish users, which optimize their individual performance measure. Traditional design methods tend to perform poorly in such networks, as they do not take into account the inherent noncooperative nature of the network users. Such networks require specialized design techniques in order to achieve efficient utilization of resources. We consider the generic and practically important class of atomic resource sharing networks, in which traffic… CONTINUE READING

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