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document type:
congress contribution (original) 
title:
Optimal Utility-Based Multi-User Scheduling and Low-Complexity Alternatives 
keywords:
opportunistic scheduling, predictive scheduling, multi-user diversity 
authors:
Neumann, David; Dotzler, Andreas; Utschick, Wolfgang; Dietl, Guido 
congress title:
Systems, Communication and Coding (SCC), ITG Conference on 
year:
2013 
abstract:
In this work the problem of utility-based multiuser scheduling is considered in a fading environment. The goal is to make use of the multi-user diversity while still guaranteeing short-term fairness. The performance of a scheduler is captured by a utility function. Based on the utility function and assuming statistical knowledge of the time-varying channel the optimization problem for the optimal scheduler can be formulated. Based on the optimal scheduler various simplifications are...    »
 
language:
en 
TUM-institution:
Associate Institute for Signal Processing 
ingested:
06.07.2013 
format:
text 
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