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Non-Cooperative Power Control for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Repeated Games

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Non-Cooperative Power Control for Wireless Ad Hoc Networks with Repeated Games
— One of the distinctive features in a wireless ad hoc network is lack of any central controller or single point of authority, in which each node/link then makes its own decisions independently. Therefore, fully cooperative behaviors, such as cooperation for increasing system capacity, mitigating interference for each other, or honestly revealing private information, might not be directly applied. It has been shown that power control is an efficient approach to achieve quality of service (QoS) requirement in ad hoc networks. However, the existing work has largely relied on cooperation among different nodes/links or a pricing mechanism that often needs a third-party involvement. In this paper, we aim to design a non-cooperative power control algorithm without pricing mechanism for ad hoc networks. We view the interaction among the users’ decision for power level as a repeated game. With the theory of stochastic fictitious play (SFP), we propose a reinforcement learning algorithm t...
Chengnian Long, Qian Zhang, Bo Li, Huilong Yang, X
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JSAC
Authors Chengnian Long, Qian Zhang, Bo Li, Huilong Yang, Xinping Guan
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