Broker based bipartite matching game for resource management in femtocell networks
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- International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications, WPMC, 2015, 2015-January pp. 579 - 583
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© 2014 National Institute of Information and Communicatio. Femtocells have great potential to enhance home cellular access and improve macrocell network efficiency by offload local traffic. However, dense deployment imposes critical challenges to resource management (i.e., interference mitigation and sub-channels allocation).In this paper, to formulate this resource management of femtocell, we propose broker based many-to-many bipartite matching game and develop a new distributed solution to the game. The key idea of our solution is that we propose clustering strategy to decompose the many-to-many matching game into several parallel cluster-based many-to-one matching sub-games. Then, for each sub-problem, we develop a cluster based fairness guaranteed matching algorithm (CFGM), which is able to guarantee intra-cluster fairness. Simulation results show that CFGM outperforms its counterparts, which guaranteeing statistical fairness.
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