Game Theory for Next Generation Wireless and Communication Networks
Modeling, Analysis, and Design

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Discover the very latest game theoretic approaches for designing, modeling, and optimizing emerging wireless communication networks and systems with this unique text. Providing a unified and comprehensive treatment throughout, it explains basic concepts and theories for designing new distributed wireless networking mechanisms, describes novel game theoretic tools from an engineering perspective, and provides an extensive overview of recent applications. A wealth of new tools are covered ? including matching theory and games with bounded rationality ? and tutorial chapters show how to use these tools to solve current wireless networking problems in areas such as 5G networks, network virtualization, software-defined networks, cloud computing, The Internet of Things, context-aware networks, green communications, and security. This is an ideal resource for researchers and graduate students in industry and academia who are working on the design of efficient, scalable, and robust communication protocols for future wireless networks.
1. Introduction; I. Theory: 2. Matching Games; 3. Contract Theory; 4. Stochastic Games; 5. Games with Bounded Rationality; 6. Learning in Games; 7. Equilibrium Programming with Equilibrium Constraints; 8. Miscellaneous Games; II. Applications: 9. Applications of Game Theory in Internet of Things; 10. Applications of Game Theory in Network Virtualization; 11. Applications of Game Theory in Cloud Networking; 12. Applications of Game Theory in Context-Aware Networks and Mobile Services; 13. Applications of Game Theory for Green Communication Networks; 14. 4G, 5G and Beyond; 15. Security; Notes; References; Index.
Zhu Han is a John and Rebecca Moores Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Houston, and a Fellow of the IEEE.
Dusit Niyato is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and a Fellow of the IEEE.
Walid Saad is an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech.
Tamer Başar is the Swanlund Endowed Chair, CAS Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Director of the Center for Advanced Study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is also a Fellow of the IEEE, IFAC and SIAM.