Nash Bargaining and Proportional Fairness for Log-Convex Utility Sets

  • Martin Schubert
  • Holger Boche
Part of the Foundations in Signal Processing, Communications and Networking book series (SIGNAL, volume 7)

Abstract

Interference calculus offers an analytical framework for modeling and optimizing utility tradeoffs between users (or players, agents). In this respect it is very similar to the game-theoretic approach. Game theory was originally introduced in the context of economics and social sciences. It is now a wellestablished tool for analyzing communication scenarios that would otherwise be too complex to be handled analytically [89–94]. Interference calculus complements existing concepts from game theory. It captures the essential properties of interference-coupled system, yet it is simple enough to be analytically tractable.

Keywords

Diagonal Block Nash Bargaining Solution Imal Bounda Ence Coupling 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2012

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  • Martin Schubert
    • Holger Boche

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