CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTERTitle: Game Theory for Wireless Communications and Networking(to be published by Auerbach Publications, CRC Press, Taylor&Francis Grouphttp://www.crcpress.com/)IntroductionIt is envisioned that game theory will be a fundamental technique in thefield of wireless communications and networks. Its application also promptsthe inter-disciplinary between economics and wireless engineering. Gametheory was originally invented to explain complicated economic behaviors.With the effectiveness in studying complex dynamics among players, gametheory has been widely applied in politics, philosophy, military, sociology,telecommunications, and logistics. In these fields, game theory has beenemployed to achieve the socially optimal equilibrium. The primary focus ofthis book is to comprehensively explain game theory in addressing a widerange of issues in wireless communications and networking.Recommended TopicsThe recommended topics include the game theory basics and their applicationsin wireless communications and networking. The game theory basics can beCooperative and non-cooperative game, Potential games, Nash equilibrium andNash 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-objectivesoptimization etc. The applications in wireless communications and networkingcan be (not limited to):Resource managementNetwork pricing and economicsMedium access controlRouting, broadcasting, multimcastingTopology controlFairnessScheduling and congestion controlInformation theoretical analysisCognitive radio networks; Dynamic spectrum accessSpectrum sharingCooperation, competitionPeer-to-peer, group communicationsLifetime and energy managementSecurity, reputation, and privacyImportant DatesYou are invited to submit a 1-2 pages proposal discribing the topic of yourchapter. The proposal should include the chapter summary, table of content,and contact authors.Proposal Deadline: 30 December 2008Notification of proposal acceptance: 28 Feb 2009Full chapter submission: 30 May 2009Note: each lead chapter author will get a free copy of the book.ContactPlease make correspondence and chapter submissions to:Dr. Yan ZhangSimula Research Laboratory, NorwayEmail: yanzhang[AT]ieee.orgDr. Mohsen GuizaniWestern Michigan University, USAEmail: mguizani[AT]ieee.org
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