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QoS-Based Resource Allocation and Transceiver Optimization derives a comprehensive theoretical framework for SIR balancing, with and without noise. The theory considers the possible use of receive strategies (e.g. interference filtering or channel assignment), which can be included in the model in an abstract way. Power allocation and receiver design are mutually interdependent, thus joint optimization strategies are derived. QoS-Based Resource Allocation and Transceiver Optimization provides a better understanding of interference balancing and the characterization of the QoS feasible region. It also provides a generic algorithmic framework, which may serve as a basis for the development of new resource allocation algorithms. QoS-Based Resource Allocation and Transceiver Optimization is an invaluable resource for every communications engineer and researcher working on multiuser interference problems in wireless communications.