Resource Allocation for Underlay D2D Communication with Proportional Fairness
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- IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 2018, 67 (7), pp. 6244 - 6258
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© 1967-2012 IEEE. As an emerging paradigm, device-to-device (D2D) communication has the capability to complement and enhance the conventional cellular network by offering high spectral and energy efficiency. However, the problem of cochannel interference makes the resource allocation very complex and challenging in underlay D2D communication networks. This paper proposes a novel joint power control and resource scheduling scheme to enhance both the network throughput and the users' fairness of the underlay D2D communication networks. Unlike other previous work in this area, our scheme aims at maximizing the sum of all users' proportional fairness functions, while simultaneously taking into account factors such as fairness, signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio requirements, and severe interference. The proposed scheme offers a practical solution because it works for lengthy time slots, a realistic scenario for the underlay D2D communication system. We also take into consideration the time-varying feature of user's channel condition in our proposed solution. Numerical results confirm that our proposed scheme not only dramatically improves the system throughput, but also boosts the system fairness while guaranteeing the Quality-of-Service levels of all D2D users and cellular users.
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