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GTWCT 2009 - Book Chapter on Game Theory for Wireless Communications and Networking

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Category GTWCT 2009

Deadline: December 30, 2008 | Date: December 01, 2009

Venue/Country: us, Germany

Updated: 2010-06-04 19:32:22 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP


Title: Game Theory for Wireless Communications and Networking

(to be published by Auerbach Publications, CRC Press, Taylor&Francis Group


It is envisioned that game theory will be a fundamental technique in the

field of wireless communications and networks. Its application also prompts

the inter-disciplinary between economics and wireless engineering. Game

theory was originally invented to explain complicated economic behaviors.

With the effectiveness in studying complex dynamics among players, game

theory has been widely applied in politics, philosophy, military, sociology,

telecommunications, and logistics. In these fields, game theory has been

employed to achieve the socially optimal equilibrium. The primary focus of

this book is to comprehensively explain game theory in addressing a wide

range of issues in wireless communications and networking.

Recommended Topics

The recommended topics include the game theory basics and their applications

in wireless communications and networking. The game theory basics can be

Cooperative and non-cooperative game, Potential games, Nash equilibrium and

Nash bargaining, Evolutionary game theory, Games with imperfect information,

Games with learning, Stackelberg game, Algorithmic game, Coalition games,

Multi-stage game, Repeated games, Pricing and Incentives, Multi-objectives

optimization etc. The applications in wireless communications and networking

can be (not limited to):

Resource management

Network pricing and economics

Medium access control

Routing, broadcasting, multimcasting

Topology control


Scheduling and congestion control

Information theoretical analysis

Cognitive radio networks; Dynamic spectrum access

Spectrum sharing

Cooperation, competition

Peer-to-peer, group communications

Lifetime and energy management

Security, reputation, and privacy

Important Dates

You are invited to submit a 1-2 pages proposal discribing the topic of your

chapter. The proposal should include the chapter summary, table of content,

and contact authors.

Proposal Deadline: 30 December 2008

Notification of proposal acceptance: 28 Feb 2009

Full chapter submission: 30 May 2009

Note: each lead chapter author will get a free copy of the book.


Please make correspondence and chapter submissions to:

Dr. Yan Zhang

Simula Research Laboratory, Norway

Email: yanzhang[AT]

Dr. Mohsen Guizani

Western Michigan University, USA

Email: mguizani[AT]

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