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Author Brehmer, Johannes.
Title Utility maximization in nonconvex wireless systems / Johannes Brehmer.
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2012.

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Series Foundations in signal processing, communications and networking, 1863-8538 ; 5
Foundations in signal processing, communications and networking ; 5.
Subject Wireless communication systems.
Engineering.
Computer science.
Telecommunication.
Communications Engineering, Networks.
Models and Principles.
Information and Communication, Circuits.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SPRINGER EBOOKS    ONLINE  
View online
Series Foundations in signal processing, communications and networking, 1863-8538 ; 5
Foundations in signal processing, communications and networking ; 5.
Subject Wireless communication systems.
Engineering.
Computer science.
Telecommunication.
Communications Engineering, Networks.
Models and Principles.
Information and Communication, Circuits.
Description 1 online resource (vii, 182 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction -- General Problem Setup -- Solution Methods -- Physical Layer Models -- Utility Models -- Case Studies.
Summary This monograph formulates a framework for modeling and solving utility maximization problems in nonconvex wireless systems. First, a model for utility optimization in wireless systems is defined. The model is general enough to encompass a wide array of system configurations and performance objectives. Based on the general model, a set of methods for solving utility maximization problems is developed. The development is based on a careful examination of the properties that are required for the application of each method. The focus is on problems whose initial formulation does not allow for a solution by standard convex methods. Solution approaches that take into account the nonconvexities inherent to wireless systems are discussed in detail. The monograph concludes with two case studies that demonstrate the application of the proposed framework to utility maximization in multi-antenna broadcast channels.
ISBN 9783642174384 (electronic bk.)
3642174388 (electronic bk.)
364217437X
9781283946094
1283946092
9783642174377
OCLC # 781721461
Additional Format Print version: Utility maximization in nonconvex wireless systems (NL-LeOCL)338414320