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Game-based admission control for wireless systems

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Game-based admission control for wireless systems
Much previous work has examined the wireless power control problem using tools from game theory, an economic concept which describes the behavior of interdependent but non-cooperative users. In this paper, we expand these ideas to the antecedent process of deciding which users may participate in the network, i.e. the admission control problem. In particular, we propose three distinct pricing schemes for influencing users as they make their participation decisions. We fully characterize the equilibria induced by each and then test their performance in a simulated, wireless environment. Our preliminary results show that these schemes have the potential to produce high quality outcomes in an incentive-compatible way. Categories and Subject Descriptors C.2.1 [Computer-Communication Networks]: Network Architecture and Design--Wireless communication General Terms Economics,Performance,Theory Keywords admission control, game theory, Nash Equilibrium, wireless
Benjamin Yolken, Nicholas Bambos
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Updated 30 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where WICON
Authors Benjamin Yolken, Nicholas Bambos
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