Energy efficiency of hybrid-power hetnets: a population-like games approach
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In this paper, a distributed control scheme based on population games is proposed. The controller is in charge of dealing with the energy consumption problem in a Heterogeneous Cellular Network (HetNet) powered by hybrid energy sources (grid and renewable energy) while guaranteeing appropriate quality of service (QoS) level at the same time. Unlike the conventional approach in population games, it considers both atomicity and non-anonymity. Simulation results show that the proposed population-games approach reduces grid consumption by up to about 12% compared to the traditional best-signal level association policy. © 2018 AACC.
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CitationFletscher, L. [et al.]. Energy efficiency of hybrid-power hetnets: a population-like games approach. A: American Control Conference. "Proceedings of the American Control Conference". 2018, p. 5750-5755.