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DSA (Dynamic Spectrum Allocation) techniques are very challenging when the quality of service has to be guaranteed in a flexible spectrum situation. In this paper, the authors present and analyze DSA policies for packet services in cellular context. A centralized model, where a meta-operator shares a common spectrum among different operators, is considered. They focus on two criteria for the policies design: the total welfare (sum of operators' rewards), and the blocking probability.
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