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Article 2012 IEEE Information Theory Workshop, ITW 2012 ; 2012 , Pages 517-521 ; 9781467302234 (ISBN) ; Gohari, A. A ; Sharif University of Technology
Cutting a cake is a metaphor for the problem of dividing a resource (cake) among several agents. The problem becomes non-trivial when the agents have different valuations for different parts of the cake (i.e. one agent may like chocolate while the other may like cream). A fair division of the cake is one that takes into account the individual valuations of agents and partitions the cake based on some fairness criterion. Fair division may be accomplished in a distributed or centralized way. Due to its natural and practical appeal, it has been a subject of study in economics under the topic of 'Fair Division'. To best of our knowledge the role of partial information in fair division has not...
Article Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing ; Volume 2018 , 2018 ; 15308669 (ISSN) ; Akar, N ; Khalaj, B. H ; Sharif University of Technology
Hindawi Limited 2018
A semicentralized joint cell muting and user scheduling scheme for interference coordination in a multicell network is proposed under two different temporal fairness criteria. In the proposed scheme, at a decision instant, each base station (BS) in the multicell network employs a cell-level scheduler to nominate one user for each of its inner and outer sections and their available transmission rates to a network-level scheduler which then computes the potential overall transmission rate for each muting pattern. Subsequently, the network-level scheduler selects one pattern to unmute, out of all the available patterns. This decision is shared with all cell-level schedulers which then forward...