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Performance of Game Theoretic Power Control Algorithms for Wireless Data in Fast Flat Fading M. Hayajneh & C.T. Abdallah
 

Summary: Performance of Game Theoretic Power Control Algorithms for Wireless Data in Fast Flat Fading
Channels
M. Hayajneh & C.T. Abdallah
Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engr., Univ. of New Mexico,
EECE Bldg., Albuquerque, NM 87131-1356, USA.
{hayajneh,chaouki}@ eece.unm.edu
Abstract--We consider a game-theoretic power control algorithm for
wireless data realistic channels. We study the performance of the al-
gorithm for wireless data in the fast, flat-fading channel mobile users
encounter in accessing the cellular system. The game-theoretic power
control algorithm depends on an average utility function that assigns
a numerical value to the quality of service (QoS) of users. The fading
coefficients under this channel model are studied for two appropriate
channel models that are used in CDMA cellular systems: Rayleigh fast
flat fading channel and Rician fast flat fading channel.
I. INTRODUCTION
The mathematical theory of games was introduced by John
Von Neumann and Oskar Morgenstern in 1944 [8], and in the
late 1970's game theory became an important tool in the an-
alyst's hand whenever he or she faces a situation in which a

  

Source: Abdallah, Chaouki T- Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of New Mexico

 

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