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Mechanisms and Games for Dynamic Spectrum Allocation

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A. K. Chorppath, T. Alpcan, H. Boche, S. Adlakha, R. Johari, A. Goldsmith, M. Debbah, H. Tembine, E. A. Jorswieck, R. Mochaourab, A. Kakhbod, A. Nayyar, S. Sharma, D. Teneketzis, C. Tekin, M. Liu, S. M. Perlaza, S. Lasaulce, W. Saad, H. V. Poor, R. L. G. Cavalcante, S. Stańczak, I. Yamada, E. Nekouei, H. Inaltekin, S. Dey, T. Wang, L. Song, Z. Han, D. Zhang, N. B. Mayam, A. Khanafer, T. Başar, J. Huang, G. Iosifidis, I. Koutsopoulos, I. A. Kash, R. Murty, D. C. Parkes, A. Al Daoud, M. Alanyali, D. Starobinski, G. Bacci, M. Luise, S. Loertscher, L. M. Marx
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  • Date Published: February 2014
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107034129

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  • Presenting state-of-the-art research into methods of wireless spectrum allocation based on game theory and mechanism design, this innovative and comprehensive book provides a strong foundation for the design of future wireless mechanisms and spectrum markets. Prominent researchers showcase a diverse range of novel insights and approaches to the increasing demand for limited spectrum resources, with a consistent emphasis on theoretical methods, analytical results and practical examples. Covering fundamental underlying principles, licensed spectrum sharing, opportunistic spectrum sharing, and wider technical and economic considerations, this singular book will be of interest to academic and industrial researchers, wireless industry practitioners, and regulators interested in the foundations of cutting-edge spectrum management.

    • Combines varied perspectives on this complex subject from researchers around the world
    • Presents a comprehensive and analytical study of modern game theory-based sharing techniques
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    • Date Published: February 2014
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107034129
    • length: 601 pages
    • dimensions: 253 x 178 x 33 mm
    • weight: 1.32kg
    • contains: 110 b/w illus. 24 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Theoretical Fundamentals:
    1. Games and mechanisms for networked systems: incentives and algorithms A. K. Chorppath, T. Alpcan and H. Boche
    2. Competition in wireless systems via Bayesian interference games S. Adlakha, R. Johari and A. Goldsmith
    3. Reacting to the interference field M. Debbah and H. Tembine
    4. Walrasian model for resource allocation and transceiver design in interference networks E. A. Jorswieck and R. Mochaourab
    5. Power allocation and spectrum sharing in wireless networks: an implementation theory approach A. Kakhbod, A. Nayyar, S. Sharma and D. Teneketzis
    6. Performance and convergence of multiuser online learning C. Tekin and M. Liu
    7. Game-theoretic solution concepts and learning algorithms S. M. Perlaza and S. Lasaulce
    Part II. Cognitive Radio and Sharing of Unlicensed Spectrum:
    8. Cooperation in cognitive radio networks: from access to monitoring W. Saad and H. V. Poor
    9. Cooperative cognitive radios with diffusion networks R. L. G. Cavalcante, S. Stańczak and I. Yamada
    10. Capacity scaling limits of cognitive multiple access networks E. Nekouei, H. Inaltekin and S. Dey
    11. Dynamic resource allocation in cognitive radio relay networks using sequential auctions T. Wang, L. Song and Z. Han
    12. Incentivized secondary coexistence D. Zhang and N. B. Mandayam
    Part III. Management and Allocation of Licensed Spectrum:
    13. Self-organizing context-aware small cell networks: challenges and future opportunities A. Khanafer, W. Saad and T. Başar
    14. Economic viability of dynamic spectrum management J. Huang
    15. Auction driven market mechanisms for dynamic spectrum management G. Iosifidis and I. Koutsopoulos
    16. Enabling sharing in auctions for short-term spectrum licenses I. A. Kash, R. Murty and D. C. Parkes
    17. Economic models for secondary spectrum lease: a spatio-temporal perspective A. Al Daoud, M. Alanyali and D. Starobinski
    18. How to use a strategic game to optimize the performance of CDMA wireless network synchronization G. Bacci and M. Luise
    19. Economics and the efficient allocation of spectrum licenses S. Loertscher and L. M. Marx.

  • Editors

    Tansu Alpcan, University of Melbourne
    Tansu Alpcan is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Melbourne, and co-author of Network Security: A Decision and Game-Theoretic Approach (2011).

    Holger Boche, Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Informationstechnik, München
    Holger Boche is a Professor in the Institute of Theoretical Information Technology, Technische Universität München, and a Fellow of the IEEE.

    Michael L. Honig, Northwestern University, Illinois
    Michael L. Honig is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Northwestern University. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.

    H. Vincent Poor, Princeton University, New Jersey
    H. Vincent Poor is the Dean of Engineering and Applied Science and Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, New Jersey. He is a co-author of Principles of Cognitive Radio (2012), and a Fellow of the IET and the IEEE.

    Contributors

    A. K. Chorppath, T. Alpcan, H. Boche, S. Adlakha, R. Johari, A. Goldsmith, M. Debbah, H. Tembine, E. A. Jorswieck, R. Mochaourab, A. Kakhbod, A. Nayyar, S. Sharma, D. Teneketzis, C. Tekin, M. Liu, S. M. Perlaza, S. Lasaulce, W. Saad, H. V. Poor, R. L. G. Cavalcante, S. Stańczak, I. Yamada, E. Nekouei, H. Inaltekin, S. Dey, T. Wang, L. Song, Z. Han, D. Zhang, N. B. Mayam, A. Khanafer, T. Başar, J. Huang, G. Iosifidis, I. Koutsopoulos, I. A. Kash, R. Murty, D. C. Parkes, A. Al Daoud, M. Alanyali, D. Starobinski, G. Bacci, M. Luise, S. Loertscher, L. M. Marx

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