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The transmission of bandwidth demanding multimedia applications in capacity constrained mobile radio networks requires optimizing the usage and assignment of radio resources following the varying quality of service requirements characteristics of multimedia traffic environments. Considering the capacity of bankruptcy theory to deal with situations where the demand for resources is higher than its availability, this paper proposes the application of bankruptcy theories to design efficient radio resource management policies that provide the highest possible Quality of Service levels and guarantee user fairness.
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