Green communication and security in wireless networks based on Markov decision process and semivariance optimization
Wireless networking has become an integral part of our everyday life. Certainly, wireless technologies have improved many aspects of the way people communicate, interact, and perform tasks, in addition to enabling new use cases, such as massive machine-type communications and industry verticals, among others. While convenient, these technologies impose new challenges and introduce new design problems. In this dissertation, we consider three problems in wireless networking. Specifically, we formulate optimization problems in green communication and security, and develop computationally efficient ...
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