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100 1  Gong, Xiaowen.|eauthor. 
245 10 Social Group Utility Maximization|h[electronic resource] /
       |cby Xiaowen Gong, Xu Chen, Lei Yang, Junshan Zhang. 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2014. 
300    VIII, 59 p. 31 illus.|bonline resource. 
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490 1  SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering,
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490 0  Springer eBooks.|aComputer Science 
505 0  Introduction -- Social Group Utility Maximization 
       Framework -- SGUM-based Random Access Control and Power 
       Control -- SGUM-based Database Assisted Spectrum Access --
       SGUM-based Pseudonym Change for Personalized Location 
       Privacy -- Conclusion and Future Work. 
520    This SpringerBrief explains how to leverage mobile users' 
       social relationships to improve the interactions of mobile
       devices in mobile networks. It develops a social group 
       utility maximization (SGUM) framework that captures 
       diverse social ties of mobile users and diverse physical 
       coupling of mobile devices. Key topics include random 
       access control, power control, spectrum access, and 
       location privacy. This brief also investigates SGUM-based 
       power control game and random access control game, for 
       which it establishes the socially-aware Nash equilibrium 
       (SNE). It then examines the critical SGUM-based spectrum 
       access game, and pseudonym change game for personalized 
       location privacy. The authors propose future work on 
       extending the SGUM framework to negative social ties, to 
       demonstrate relevance to security applications and span 
       the continuum between zero-sum game (ZSG) and non-
       cooperative game (NCG). Social Group Utility Maximization 
       targets researchers and professionals working on mobile 
       networks and social networks. Advanced-level students in 
       electrical engineering and computer science will also find
       this material useful for their related courses. 
650  0 Computer science. 
650  0 Computer communication systems. 
650  0 Computers. 
650  0 Electrical engineering. 
650 14 Computer Science. 
650 24 Computer Communication Networks. 
650 24 Communications Engineering, Networks. 
650 24 Information Systems and Communication Service. 
700 1  Chen, Xu.,|eauthor. 
700 1  Yang, Lei.,|eauthor. 
700 1  Zhang, Junshan.,|eauthor. 
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