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A matching game approach for resource allocation in wireless network virtualization

S. M Ahsan Kazmi, Choong Seon Hong
2017 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Ubiquitous Information Management and Communication - IMCOM '17  
However, the infrastructure provider is required to employ an efficient resource allocation technique to dynamically allocate the resources for the users associated with different network operators.  ...  In this paper, a matching game based solution is proposed for resource allocation in OFDMA virtualized wireless network.  ...  The InP wants to maximize its revenue by setting the right VR price to satisfy the demand of VNOs while guarantees the contracts agreements, i.e., minimum required bandwidth.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3022227.3022339 fatcat:b5acvk5y5bhnlehjqcbl2rnyai

Lightweight QoE Driven and Invulnerability Guarantee Opportunistic Control Scheme for Wireless Sensor Networks

Yong Jin, Jian Cai, Huan Dai, Kaijian Xia, Ping Xu
2016 International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE)  
According to user needs, the quality of the network, survivable ability of wireless communication terminal and wireless communication survivability requirements, we proposed three matching rules by considering  ...  This paper proposed the lightweight QoE driven adaptive invulnerability wireless communication control method, including the wireless communication terminal equipment with invulnerability antenna.  ...  A novel architecture was proposed by Lin K et.al [9] for guaranteeing 5G spectrum management based on the various requirements for QoE as the design objective.  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijoe.v12i08.5726 fatcat:sk3jiit6kzc5fbo3wc7kgm2fpu

A Novel Collaborative Cognitive Dynamic Network Architecture [article]

Beatriz Lorenzo, F. Javier Gonzalez-Castano, Yuguang Fang
2016 arXiv   pre-print
for data and spectrum trading with low complexity, and enable self-organizing capabilities.  ...  A case study with a new resource allocation problem enabled by CDNA is conducted using matching theory with pricing to illustrate the potential benefits of CDNA for users and operators, tackle user associations  ...  To fully exploit its potential, a distributed matching algorithm is developed for resource allocation, which allows the users to self-organize into a stable matching for data and spectrum trading.  ... 
arXiv:1610.02895v1 fatcat:ewmmxu7narcfrpapbegzwki3vm

Cooperative Spectrum Sharing Between D2D Users and Edge-Users: A Matching Theory Perspective [article]

Yiling Yuan, Tao Yang, Yuedong Xu, Bo Hu
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Different from the conventional equilibrium point evaluation, the stable matching between D2D users and CEUs are formulated under matching theory framework instead.  ...  Therefore, it is important to design a spectrum sharing scheme, under which the performance of both links can be improved simultaneously.  ...  The stable matching for marriage market always exists [13] , [15] .  ... 
arXiv:1811.00732v1 fatcat:owejrlp7m5atvfu2f5jihshuxa

BLMA: A Blind Matching Algorithm with Application to Cognitive Radio Networks [article]

Doha Hamza, Jeff S. Shamma
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We prove the solution produced by BLMA will converge to an ϵ-pairwise stable outcome with probability one. We then consider a matching problem in cognitive radio networks.  ...  We consider a two-sided matching problem with a defined notion of pairwise stability. We propose a distributed blind matching algorithm (BLMA) to solve the problem.  ...  INTRODUCTION The assignment game is a model for a two-sided matching market with transferable linear utilities [1] .  ... 
arXiv:1605.00306v1 fatcat:c4kn54ko65a3difqlodnabzkua

Matching Theory as Enabler of Efficient Spectrum Management in 5G Networks

Christos Tsirakis, Elena López-Aguilera, George Agapiou, Dimitris Varoutas
2019 Zenodo  
The two proposed versions of utility functions for each set aim at maximizing the satisfaction of both sets with conflicting interests and improving the overall spectrum efficiency.  ...  This paper analyzes the spectrum trading problem in virtualized fifth generation (5G) networks in order to enhance the network performance with respect to the spectrum utilization.  ...   Each MVNO announces its minimum amount of spectrum needed, ( , ), and price capable of paying to lease it, ( , ), for all M required sets.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3529556 fatcat:35h5eh2xubgahn324v3aqgscxi

Many-to-one blind matching for device-to-device communications

Doha Hamza, Jeff S. Shamma
2017 2017 IEEE 56th Annual Conference on Decision and Control (CDC)  
We show that the random and decentralized process of BLMA converges to ǫ-pairwise stable solutions with probability one.  ...  We formulate a two-sided many-to-one abstract matching problem defined by a collection of agreement functions. We then propose a blind matching algorithm (BLMA) to solve the problem.  ...  Figure 1 shows the resulting performance of BLMA for different minimum rate requirements by the CUs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cdc.2017.8264397 dblp:conf/cdc/HamzaS17 fatcat:h4ogdjo5fjg7rkrifec7tjszei

BLMA: A Blind Matching Algorithm With Application to Cognitive Radio Networks

Doha Hamza, Jeff S. Shamma
2017 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
We consider a two-sided one-to-one abstract matching problem with a defined notion of pairwise stability. The formulated problem is shown to encompass the ordinal and cardinal utility markets.  ...  We propose a simple BLMA negotiation and aspiration update dynamic to produce an ǫ-pairwise stable solution for the case of quasi-convex and quasi-concave utilities.  ...  with minimum information exchange.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2017.2659098 fatcat:jxqro724rzcvzjpvuxbwz2guom

Matching for the Israeli "Mechinot" Gap-Year Programs: Handling Rich Diversity Requirements [article]

Yannai A. Gonczarowski, Lior Kovalio, Noam Nisan, Assaf Romm
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We describe our experience with designing and running a matching market for the Israeli "Mechinot" gap-year programs.  ...  Our contribution extends the existing toolbox for two-sided matching with soft constraints.  ...  for deciding whether a stable matching exists.  ... 
arXiv:1905.00364v2 fatcat:ldduvzexwbctvgh3kvvuowkgwy

A Two-Layer, Energy-Efficient Approach for Joint Power Control and Uplink–Downlink Channel Allocation in D2D Communication

Li Zhou, Yucheng Wu, Haifei Yu
2020 Sensors  
In this study, we proposed a power control and channel allocation scheme for the EE maximization of the D2D pairs, while jointly reusing uplink–downlink resources and guaranteeing the cellular users' (  ...  The simulation results verified the theoretical analysis and proved that the proposed algorithm could remarkably improve the EE of D2D pairs while guaranteeing the QoS of the CUs.  ...  This was because, as the number of D2D links increased, each D2D pair found it more difficult to match with a better partner in a limited matching market.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20113285 pmid:32526917 pmcid:PMC7420231 fatcat:a2w65hlrcnh77m576bs7fvrn5y

Peer Effects and Stability in Matching Markets [chapter]

Elizabeth Bodine-Baron, Christina Lee, Anthony Chong, Babak Hassibi, Adam Wierman
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Further, research has shown that externalities lead to serious problems for market stability and for developing efficient algorithms to find stable matchings.  ...  To characterize the efficiency of matching markets with externalities, we provide general bounds on how far the welfare of the worst-case stable matching can be from the welfare of the optimal matching  ...  We begin by focusing on the existence of two-sided exchange-stable matchings. In most prior work, matching markets with externalities do not have guaranteed existence of a stable matching.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-24829-0_12 fatcat:uthlp2gnvncmzdcpt5thl7ynbe

The Economist as Engineer: Game Theory, Experimentation, and Computation as Tools for Design Economics

Alvin E. Roth
2002 Econometrica  
Drawing primarily on the design of the entry level labor market for American doctors (the National Resident Matching Program), and on the design of the auctions of radio spectrum conducted by the Federal  ...  Designers therefore cannot work only with the simple conceptual models used for theoretical insights into the general working of markets. Instead, market design calls for an engineering approach.  ...  The optimal stable matching for one side of the market is the least preferred stable matching for the other side (Gale and Shapley, 1962; Roth and Sotomayor, 1989) . Theorem 3.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-0262.00335 fatcat:d4ldhebj4rfpndbxvpky3jkdbu

Data and Spectrum Trading Policies in a Trusted Cognitive Dynamic Network [article]

B. Lorenzo, A. Shams Shafigh, J. Liu, J. Gonzalez Castano, Y. Fang
2018 arXiv   pre-print
A novel matching-with-pricing algorithm is presented to enable self-organized SU-PU associations, channel allocation and pricing for data and spectrum with low computational complexity.  ...  CDNA creates opportunities for capacity increase by network-wide harvesting of unused data plans and spectrum from different operators.  ...  a stable matching that guarantees their connectivity requirements.  ... 
arXiv:1809.08805v1 fatcat:5zs7hct36rcj7pavpds7uks3vy

Bayesian Hierarchical Mechanism Design for Cognitive Radio Networks

Yong Xiao, Zhu Han, Kwang-Cheng Chen, Luiz A. DaSilva
2015 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
We propose a distributed algorithm that results in a stable forest matching structure which coincides with the optimal Bayesian Nash equilibrium of the DSA game.  ...  In this market, a set of SUs can be first matched to a set of operators and the SUs matched to the same operator can then be matched to the corresponding sub-bands.  ...  Note that in the forest matching market, for each agent D k , being matched with a root i cannot guarantee that it will also be matched with a leaf in S i , i.e., even if D k satisfies M o (D k ) ̸ = D  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2014.2361092 fatcat:mwfnqxw7p5cchgqr3kogwunm3u

Smart Contract-based Spectrum Sharing Transactions for Multi-Operators Wireless Communication Networks

Shuang Zheng, Tao Han, Yuna Jiang, Xiaohu Ge
2020 IEEE Access  
To address these challenges, a permissioned blockchain trust framework is proposed for the spectrum sharing in multi-OPs wireless communication networks in this paper.  ...  Multiple-operators (multi-OPs) spectrum sharing mechanism can effectively improve the spectrum utilization in fifth-generation (5G) wireless communication networks.  ...  The second sub-stage is mainly designed for OPs who fail to match in the stage of spectrum auction and provides a free-trading market for unsuccessfully matched OPs.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2992385 fatcat:c3wzepfyindc3nf6vwgzz23j7e
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