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This paper considers the problem of resource sharing among a relay and multiple user nodes in cooperative transmission networks. The authors formulate this problem as a sellers' market competition and use a non-cooperative game to jointly consider the benefits of the relay and the users. They also develop a distributed algorithm to search the Nash equilibrium, the solution of the game. The convergence of the proposed algorithm is analyzed. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed game can stimulate cooperative diversity among the selfish user nodes and coordinate resource allocation among the user nodes effectively.
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