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Device-to-Device (D2D) communication underlying cellular networks, allows direct transmission between two devices in each other's proximity that reuse the cellular resource blocks in an effort to increase the network capacity and spectrum efficiency. However, this imposes severe interference that degrades the system's performance. This problem may be circumvented by incorporating fractional frequency reuse (FFR) or soft frequency reuse (SFR) in OFDMA cellular networks. By carefully consideringdoi:10.1109/tcomm.2016.2602866 fatcat:qsffanhx2zhm5jt3jq2chkalxu