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Dynamic Spectrum Access and Joint Radio Resource Management Combining for Resource Allocation in Cooperative Networks

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6 Author(s)
Miao Pan ; Beijing Univ. of Posts & Telecommun. ; Jie Chen ; Ruoju Liu ; Zhiyong Feng
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This driven by the need to promote a more efficient use of radio resources and improve the operators' profits, resource allocation has turned into a joint technical and economical problem. At the same time, as a possible enabling solution, game theory has been applied to either dynamic spectrum access (DSA) or joint radio resource management (JRRM) in wireless communication research recently. In this paper, we propose a novel DSA and JRRM combined approach to resource allocation in cooperative networks. With the scenario that distributed reconfigurable radio access networks (RAN) are controlled by different operators, the emerging concept of resource trading is introduced and new entities, such as trading agents (TA), are described. Meanwhile, Shapley value in cooperative game as well as its economic model is exploited to share the profits among the trading RANs. Numerical results show that comparing with existing DSA or JRRM methods, our scheme has better effect in maximizing the individual operator's profits and improving the efficiency of radio resources utilization.

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Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, 2007.WCNC 2007. IEEE

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11-15 March 2007