Random Matrix Games in Wireless Networks (BEST PAPER FINALIST)


In this paper we propose an interactive decision-making framework for wireless networks where the outcome is influenced not only by the decisions of the users but also by a random variable. We examine specially the finite players case which we call random matrix games (RMGs). We present different approaches and solutions concepts in such games as well as distributed strategic learning in which each player adjusts her strategy in response to the recent information and signals. The applicability of the proposed framework is illustrated in user-centric network selection under measurement noise.

@inproceedings{EEE Global High Tech Congress on Electronics, GHTCE 2012,
author = {Manzoor Ahmed Khan, Hamidou Tembine},
title = {Random Matrix Games in Wireless Networks},
booktitle = {...},
year = {2012},
isbn = {978-1-4673-5086-0},
pages = {81-86},
location = {Shenzen, China},
doi = {10.1109/WCSP.2012.6542987},
publisher = {...},
address = {China},
Manzoor Ahmed Khan, Hamidou Tembine
proceedings of IEEE global high tech congress (GHTCE 2012), Shenzhen, China