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Unformatted text preview: 1 | P a g e Contents Abstract ......................................................................................................................................... 1 1. Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 3 2. Background ........................................................................................................................... 4 3. Problem formulation ............................................................................................................ 5 4. System model and assumptions ........................................................................................... 6 4.1. Systems considered ...................................................................................................... 6 4.2. Generic Assumptions ................................................................................................... 6 4.3. Performance parameters ............................................................................................. 7 4.4. Payment and redistribution mechanism ...................................................................... 7 4.5. Transmission cost ......................................................................................................... 8 5. A brief introduction of Game theory .................................................................................... 9 6. Game theoretic analysis ..................................................................................................... 10 7. Methodology ...................................................................................................................... 12 7.1. Key parameter - threshold calculation ....................................................................... 12 7.2. Simulation Steps: ........................................................................................................ 12 8. Results ................................................................................................................................ 13 9. Conclusion .......................................................................................................................... 20 10. Future work .................................................................................................................... 21 Acknowledgments ....................................................................................................................... 22 References ................................................................................................................................... 22 Abstract Distributed channel access schemes are used to avoid the complexity and intensive data exchanges needed in centralized allocation schemes. However, distributed mechanisms offer incentives for users to behave selfishly to improve their own utilities. The existence of selfish users in distributed systems has been shown to degrade the performance of the system as a 2 |...
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2010 for the course ICT 2510 taught by Professor Jenszander during the Spring '10 term at Kungliga Tekniska högskolan.

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