Achieving QoS in Virtual MIMO systems: a satisfaction equilibrium analysis.

TitreAchieving QoS in Virtual MIMO systems: a satisfaction equilibrium analysis.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsBennani, H, Sabir, E, Kobbane, A, Ben-Othman, J, El-Koutbi, M
JournalEURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications & Networking
Pagination1 - 13
Mots-clésCellular/WLAN heterogeneous network, Equilibrium – Research, Game theory, Game theory – Research, MIMO systems – Research, Quality of service, Quality of service – Research, Satisfaction equilibrium, Virtual multiple input multiple output, Wireless LANs – Research

This paper presents a game theoretic framework to analyze a cellular-WLAN heterogeneous network from a virtual multiple-input multiple-output (VMIMO) perspective. Namely, we restrict to the uplink case and consider a non-cooperative game where each user seeks to meet some quality of service (QoS). Moreover, mobile users are allowed to re-inject, through their WLAN interfaces, a part of their throughput in the induced game. Thus, the interaction among users defines a distributed VMIMO with a possibly throughput exchange. This mechanism will help all users to meet their respective QoS expressed by the perceived average throughput. The average throughput is considered to be the utility function used in this framework. Now, each mobile user experiences a certain throughput composed of two parts: (1) the throughput received from cellular subsystem and (2) the throughput received from WLAN subsystem. Naturally, we use the concept of satisfaction equilibrium to predict the behavior of the ne




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