Game Theory in Wireless Ad-Hoc Opportunistic Radios

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Mumtaz, Shahid; Gameiro, Atilio;
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Emerging research in game theory based power control applied to ad hoc opportunist networks shows much promise to help understand the complex interactions between OR nodes in this highly dynamic and distributed environment. Also, the employment of game theory in modelin... View more
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