About this book
This brief introduces the fundamental theory and development of managing radio resources using a water-filling algorithm that can optimize system performance in wireless communication. Geometric Water-Filling (GWF) is a crucial underlying tool in emerging communication systems such as multiple input multiple output systems, cognitive radio systems, and green communication systems. Early chapters introduce emerging wireless technologies and provide a detailed analysis of water-filling. The brief investigates single user and multi-user issues of radio resource management, allocation of resources, and energy harvesting. Effective algorithms demonstrate the incredible potential capabilities of water-filling mechanisms. This brief is designed for researchers and professionals working with resource management and wireless communications. Advanced-level students in computer science and engineering will also find the information valuable.
Cognitive radio (CR) Energy harvest Geometric approach Green communication Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) Resource management (RRM) Water-filling (WF)