Provided by: Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers
Dynamic spectrum access by non-licensed users has emerged as a promising solution to address the bandwidth scarcity challenge. In a secondary spectrum market, primary users lease chunks of unused spectrum to secondary users. Auctions perform as one of the natural mechanisms for allocating the spectrum, generating an economic incentive for the licensed user to relinquish channels. Existing spectrum auction designs, while taking externality introduced by interference into account, fail to consider the potential mobility of secondary users, which leads to another dimension of externality: mobile communication motivates a secondary user to exclusively occupy a channel, i.e., forbidding channel reuse in its mobility region.