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Jamming in Wireless Networks Under Uncertainty

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Jamming in Wireless Networks Under Uncertainty
— The problem of jamming plays an important role in ensuring the quality and security of wireless communications, especially at this moment when wireless networks are quickly becoming ubiquitous. Since jamming can be considered as a game in which jammer is playing against the user (transmitter) who would like to transmit signal with good quality and at the same time with a reasonable amount of energy, game theory is an appropriate tool for dealing with jamming. Here we investigate the effect of partially available information and correlation among sub-carriers on the user behavior. Specifically, to do so we deal with the scenario when the user does not know how jamming efforts are distributed among sub-carriers and the user does not know the fading channels’ gains with certainty. As an object function for the user we consider SINR. We consider zerosum games, so all of them can also be viewed as a minimax problem for the user playing against the nature. We study independent fading ...
Eitan Altman, Konstantin Avrachenkov, Andrey Garna
Added 14 May 2011
Updated 14 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where MONET
Authors Eitan Altman, Konstantin Avrachenkov, Andrey Garnaev
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