ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints201806.0263.v1
Subject: Engineering, Other Keywords: Multi-tier hybrid caching networks; stochastic geometry; millimeter wave; average successful delivery probability; performance analysis
Online: 15 June 2018 (15:24:27 CEST)
In the fifth generation communication system, millimeter wave (mmWave) networks will coexist with traditional micro wave (μWave) networks, which allows for higher data transmission rate and better user experience. In this paper, we give a comprehensive framework of mathematical models and analytical methods for multi-tier mmWave and μWave hybrid caching networks based on stochastic geometry. We propose an association strategy by assuming average biased-received power association and Rayleigh fading. Accordingly, by using a D-ball approximating blockage model of mmWave networks, expressions of the cell association probability and the coverage probability of the hybrid networks are derived. Also, we use the average successful delivery probability as the performance metric to analyze the existing caching placement strategies. Simulation results validate the accuracy of our analytical conclusions.
ARTICLE | doi:10.20944/preprints202108.0012.v1
Subject: Engineering, Automotive Engineering Keywords: Contract Theory; Incentive Mechanism; Cooperative NOMA; SWIPT; Full Duplex
Online: 2 August 2021 (10:03:27 CEST)
Cooperative Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) with Simultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transfer (SWIPT) communication can effectively improve the spectrum efficiency and energy efficiency of the wireless networks with extend coverage. An important design issue is to incentivize a relaying center user to participate in the cooperative process and achieve a win-win situation to both the BS and the center user. Some private information of the center users are hidden from the BS in the networks. We apply a contract theory-based incentive mechanism under such asymmetric information scenario to incentives center user to join the cooperative communication to maximize the BS profit utility and to guarantee the center user’s expect payoff. A match theory-based Gale-Shapley algorithm is proposed to obtain the optimal strategy with low computation complexity. Simulation results indicated the network performance of our proposed cooperative transmission is much better than the conventional NOMA transmission and the benefit utility of the BS with the stable match strategy is nearly close to the complete channel state information multi-users scenario while the center users get the satisfied expect payoffs.