An IoT-based time constrained spectrum trading in wireless communication for tertiary market
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In this chapter, we study some research issues from IoT-based spectrum trading in Wireless Communication in a strategic setting. We consider the scenario in which there are multiple secondary users (such as non-governmental organizations (NGOs), institutional organizations, foundations, etc.) having available unutilized spectrum and multiple tertiary users (such as small farms, agricultural enterprises or people residing in different localities). Tertiary users provide preferences over the subset of all the available secondary users (NGOs, hereafter). Based on their preference ordering, the tertiary users are allocated the best possible NGOs among the available ones and under the restrictions that each user is assigned to at most one NGO. However, it is to be noted that, in this model, the allocated spectrum might not be available through out a long period of time but rather for a short duration of time within a time period. Therefore, tertiary users have to be able to work
CitationChowdhury, A. [et al.]. An IoT-based time constrained spectrum trading in wireless communication for tertiary market. A: "IoT-based intelligent modelling for environmental and ecological engineering". Berlín: Springer, 2021, p. 23-48.