The project aims to apply game theoretic analysis to the cognitive spectrum allocation problem (cooperative, competitive and hybrid approaches). This should lead to implementable adaptations of the naive interference game and its Nash Equilibria. We will analyze the dynamics and prove the convergence of these techniques. We will also deal with generalizations of the problem when networks are saturated, when channel state information is inaccurate, and when each user can transmit over multiple frequency bands. This will lead to the development of algorithms and protocols for efficient, agile and adaptive spectrum and radio resource allocation based on game theoretic concepts.
Game theory, Cognitive radio, Radio resource management, D2D
Major results and publications
- IEEE Systems journal, volume 15, no. 4, 2021.
- IEEE International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (IEEE SPAWC 2019), 2019.
- IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (IEEE WCNC 2018), 2018.
- 07/2016 – 06/2018
- Project no.:
- Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
- Budget (6Gm):
- 60k EUR
- PI (6Gm):
- Zdenek Becvar
- Pavel Mach, Jan Plachy
- Bar Ilan University (prof. Amir Leshem)