Dynamic Bayesian Spectrum Bargaining With Non-Myopic Users
In this paper, the authors investigate a cooperative spectrum sharing mechanism realized by a dynamic Bayesian spectrum bargaining between a pair of non-myopic primary user and secondary user. The primary user has only incomplete information of the secondary user's energy cost. They model such a bargaining process as a dynamic Bayesian game, and discuss the equilibria under all possible system parameters. Furthermore, they discuss in details the sequential equilibrium where the reputation effect plays an important role.