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Game Theory and Learning for Wireless Networks by Hamidou Tembine, Samson Lasaulce

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Chapter 8. Power Allocation Games and Learning in MIMO Multiuser Channels*
*Note: This chapter has been written jointly by Dr Elena-Veronica Belmega and the authors.
This chapter bridges the gap between Nash equilibrium concepts and learning techniques, and the existence of a unique, pure Nash equilibrium is used to predict the outcome of a learning process. A multiple access wireless channel is used as a model, and a power allocation game is structured on it.
Variants of this model, such as parallel multiple access channels, are considered. If some simplifying assumptions are made, they illustrate the idea of Wardrop equilibrium and efficiency.
The parallel interference relay channel is also used as a system model, in which a particular protocol ...

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