Game Theory Framework Applied to Wireless Communication Networks is a pivotal reference source for the latest scholarly research on the application of game-theoretic approaches to enhance wireless networking. Featuring prevailing coverage on a range of topics relating to the advanced game model, mechanism designs, and effective equilibrium concepts, this publication is an essential reference source for researchers, students, technology developers, and engineers.
This publication features extensive, research-based chapters across a broad scope of relevant topics, including potential games, coalition formation game, heterogeneous networks, radio resource allocation, coverage optimization, distributed dynamic resource allocation, dynamic spectrum access, physical layer security, and cooperative video transmission.
Jiandong Li graduated from Xidian University with a Bachelor Degree, Master Degree and Ph. D in Communications and Electronic Systems respectively in 1982, 1985 and 1991. He was with Xidian University from 1985, an associate professor from 1990 to 1994, professor from 1994, Ph.D student supervisor from 1995, and Dean of School of Telecommunication Engineering, Xidian University from 1997 respectively. Now, he also serves as Executive Vice Dean Graduate School, Xidian University. Dr. Li is a senior member of IEEE and China Institute of Electronics (CIE) and the fellow of China Institute of Communication (CIC). He was a member of PCN specialist group for China 863 Communication High Technology program between Jan. 1993 and Oct. 1994 and from 1999 to 2000. He is also the member of Communication Specialist Group for The Ministry of Information Industry. His current research interest and projects are funded by the 863 High Tech Project, NSFC, National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, TRAPOYT, MOE and MOI. [Editor]
Interference Mitigation and Energy Management in 5G Heterogeneous Cellular Networks is a pivotal reference source for the latest research on emerging network architectures and mitigation technology to enhance cellular network performance and dependency. Featuring extensive coverage across a range of relevant perspectives and topics, such as interference alignment, resource allocation, and high-speed mobile environments, this book is ideally designed for engineers, professionals, practitioners, upper-level students, and academics seeking current research on interference and energy management for 5G heterogeneous cellular networks.