Resource Allocation In Multiuser Multi-Carrier Cognitive Radio Network Via Game And Supermarket Game Theory: Survey, Tutorial, And Open Research Directions

Omar B. Abdul-Ghafoor, Mahamod Ismail, Rosdiadee Nordin, Musbah M.R. Shaat
2014 Zenodo  
In this tutorial, we integrate the concept of cognitive radio technology into game theory and supermarket game theory to address the problem of resource allocation in multiuser multicarrier cognitive radio networks. In addition, multiuser multicarrier transmission technique is chosen as a candidate to study the resource allocation problem via game and supermarket game theory. This tutorial also includes various definitions, scenarios and examples related to (i) game theory (including both
more » ... ncluding both non-cooperative and cooperative games), (ii) supermarket game theory (including pricing, auction theory and oligopoly markets), and (iii) resource allocation in multicarrier techniques. Thus, interested readers can better understand the main tools that allow them to model the resource allocation problem in multicarrier networks via game and supermarket game theory. In this tutorial article, we first review the most fundamental concepts and architectures of CRNs and subsequently introduce the concepts of game theory, supermarket game theory and common solution to game models such as the Nash equilibrium and the Nash bargaining solution. Finally, a list of related studies is highlighted and compared in this tutorial.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.55197 fatcat:pyaep4cqynb25lcwnybdvxvsxm