Game theoretic approach for smallcell resource management
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- 2015 IEEE Globecom Workshops, GC Wkshps 2015 - Proceedings, 2015
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© 2015 IEEE. Smallcells can provide high-quality radio coverage in indoor environment. However, resource management and interference mitigation are key challenges, resulting from the heterogeneous backhaul and the uncoordinated nature of smallcells. We propose a new game theoretic approach, where the transmit power of smallcells evolve in a distributed manner, adapting to traffic demands and mitigating interference. The key idea is to formulate smallcells' clustering as an evolutionary game, where the smallcells independently switch to less interfered clusters. At every evolutionary stage, a non-cooperative game is cast to balance the transmit powers within each cluster. Limited signalling is exchanged between the clusters, adjusting future evolution. Compared to the prior art, simulations show that our approach can improve the network throughput by 10.2%.
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