[e2e] Research on game-theoretic protocols for MAC layer in wireless networks
debarshisanyal at gmail.com
Fri May 31 09:17:09 PDT 2013
Just wanted to add that we at Jadavpur University, India worked on coming
up with performance-enhancing utility functions in game-theoretic models of
wireless MAC. In this regard, we had a couple of modest publications:
1. Improved performance with novel utility functions in a game-theoretic
model of medium access control in wireless
2. Performance Improvement of Wireless MAC Using Non-Cooperative
3. Recovering a game model from an optimal channel access scheme for
4. A Novel QoS Differentiation Framework for IEEE 802.11 WLANs: A
Game-Theoretic Approach Using an Optimal Channel Access
These papers are quite simple but they explore some novel aspects of
wireless MAC using game-theoretic approach.
If any of you are working in this area, I would love to hear from you
whether you find these papers interesting / useful.
On 31 May 2013 21:37, Debarshi Sanyal <debarshisanyal at gmail.com> wrote:
> I joined this group more than a year ago and often find the discussions
> quite interesting.
> Over the past decade, a lot of work has been done on game-theoretic models
> of telecom networks but I haven't heard much on this from this group. I am
> particularly interested in game-theory applied to wireless networks. Among
> other works, I found the game-theoretic MAC protocols for wireless networks
> developed by Lijun Chen at Caltech and Mung Chiang at Princeton (
> http://www.princeton.edu/~chiangm/publicationsselect.html) very elegant
> and powerful.
> It would be nice if people share their opinions on the current state of
> the art in game-theoretic models (especially at MAC layer) of wireless
> networks and their future prospects in real life. Are the models practical?
> Are the algorithms efficient? Will we really have these models embedded in
> real networks?
> Debarshi Kumar Sanyal
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