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## Joint beamforming and power control in coordinated multicell: Max-min duality, effective network and large system transition (2013)

Venue: | IEEE TRANS. WIRELESS COMMUN |

Citations: | 5 - 1 self |

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Citation Context ...k ΓPNj,k βj,k subject to ∑ j,k wj,k pj,k N ≤ P̄ , pj,k > 0, ‖uj,k‖2 = 1 variables : pj,k,uj,k. (3) The problem (3) appears non-convex at first, but can be transformed into a second-order cone program =-=[55]-=- by applying methods similar to that in [33], which admits a global optimal solution. However, employing standard convex optimization methods to find the optimal solution typically requires centralize... |

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Citation Context ...of Lemma 2: For a given q̂, define the following mapping: I(2)m (φ̂m) 1 wm+ 1 N ∑ n =m q̂ndm,n 1+q̂ndm,nφ̂m . The idea for proving this lemma is to use the standard interference function framework =-=[21]-=-. It is straightforward to check that the positivity and monotonicity conditions in [21] hold for I(2)m (φ̂m). Also, for all ε > 1, we have 1 wm ε + 1 N ∑ n =m q̂ndm,n ε+q̂ndm,nεφ̂m > 1 wm+ 1 N ∑ n ... |

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Citation Context ...]–[5] and the finite capacity of the backhaul [6]–[8], beamforming level coordination and efficient power control strategies are favored over data level cooperation and nonlinear precoding approaches =-=[9]-=-, [10] to effectively scale up the system performance. Considering these practical constraints, two characteristics are appealing to joint beamforming and power control algorithms design: distributed ... |

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Citation Context ...n a FDD system. The normalization procedure (step 2 and 5 of of Algorithm A), however, requires a central computation of wTp[κ] and σTq[κ]. This procedure can be made distributed by gossip algorithms =-=[58]-=- and power update through the backhaul. Hitherto, an algorithm for computing the optimal solution to (3) is established. In Section V, we provide numerical results that support and confirm its fast co... |

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Citation Context ...traints. The former problem whose priority is energy saving has been addressed extensively in the literature and efficient algorithms have been proposed for both the single cell and multicell systems =-=[20]-=-–[31]. The analysis of single cell downlink relies on the well-known uplink-downlink duality [23], [25]–[28] which is readily interpreted by the Lagrange duality in convex optimization. In [29], the d... |

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Citation Context ...nly the statistical channel information, additional tools from random matrix theory [45], [46] are to be leveraged. The large system analysis for linear receiver design in the uplink was initiated in =-=[47]-=-, and the notion of effective interference and effective bandwidth was proposed. In [48], asymptotic analysis for the transmit power minimization problem is carried out. The approaches in [49] and [50... |

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Citation Context ... and the finite capacity of the backhaul [6]–[8], beamforming level coordination and efficient power control strategies are favored over data level cooperation and nonlinear precoding approaches [9], =-=[10]-=- to effectively scale up the system performance. Considering these practical constraints, two characteristics are appealing to joint beamforming and power control algorithms design: distributed comput... |

323 | A vectorperturbation technique for near-capacity multiantenna multiuser communication – part II: Perturbation
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Citation Context ...sis for the transmit power minimization problem is carried out. The approaches in [49] and [50] decouple beamforming and power control by assuming zero-forcing or regularized zero-forcing beamformers =-=[51]-=-. The analysis in [52] examines the maxmin SINR problem from the transmit power minimization perspective, and compares several cooperation strategies by assuming a two-cell model with homogeneous chan... |

318 | Sum capacity of the vector Gaussian broadcast channel and uplink-downlink duality
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Citation Context ...ature and efficient algorithms have been proposed for both the single cell and multicell systems [20]–[31]. The analysis of single cell downlink relies on the well-known uplink-downlink duality [23], =-=[25]-=-–[28] which is readily interpreted by the Lagrange duality in convex optimization. In [29], the duality is observed for the MIMO multiuser ad hoc network setting, and in [30], the duality is extended ... |

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Citation Context ...nformation exchange may become prohibitive when the number of transmit antennas at base station as well as the serving users per cell grow large. In such emerging large-scale multiple antenna systems =-=[41]-=-–[44], the backhaul capability may turn into the bottleneck. In order to alleviate this problem and to enable simplified design that utilizes only the statistical channel information, additional tools... |

249 | Multi-cell mimo cooperative networks: A new look at interference
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Citation Context ...ION TO benefit from the available and increasing spatial de-grees of freedom, multicell networks exploit different forms of intercell cooperation to operate the system in an interference-aware manner =-=[1]-=-, [2]. Due to practical constraints Manuscript received May 26, 2012; revised October 26, 2012 and January 24, 2013; accepted March 11, 2013. The associate editor coordinating the review of this paper... |

240 | On the empricial distribution of eigenvalues of a class of large dimensional random matrices
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Citation Context ...ram matrix ∑ j =n qjdn,j N h̃n,jh̃ † n,j are not independent, the numerator of (29) is transformed into the equivalent form (30) by matrix inversion lemma. By employing the rank-1 perturbation lemma =-=[79]-=- and Theorem 4, the numerator of (30) converges almost surely to −φ′m(q), and the denominator of (30) converges almost surely to (1 + q∗mdm,mφm(q))2. Combining the aforementioned results yields the fi... |

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Citation Context ...ce the fairness level of the system is comparatively less. The max-min SINR problem was first addressed in [32] using an extended coupling matrix approach, and a centralized algorithm was proposed in =-=[27]-=-, which involves an increased dimension matrix computation. A reformulation of the maxmin problem is analyzed in [33] by conic programming and a heuristic algorithm is provided. In [34], similar to [3... |

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Citation Context ...d Computer Engineering, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0407 USA (e-mail: brao@ece.ucsd.edu). Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TWC.2013.042313.120752 such as limited feedback =-=[3]-=-–[5] and the finite capacity of the backhaul [6]–[8], beamforming level coordination and efficient power control strategies are favored over data level cooperation and nonlinear precoding approaches [... |

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Citation Context ...of the problem, numerically finding the optimal solution is challenging and the design of distributed algorithms that can compute the global optimal solution efficiently is still open, e.g., see [1], =-=[11]-=-–[19] and the references therein. It is known that two specific problem formulations admit global optimal solutions: the transmit power minimization subject to signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio ... |

152 | Linear precoding via conic optimization for fixed MIMO receivers
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Citation Context ... an extended coupling matrix approach, and a centralized algorithm was proposed in [27], which involves an increased dimension matrix computation. A reformulation of the maxmin problem is analyzed in =-=[33]-=- by conic programming and a heuristic algorithm is provided. In [34], similar to [33], 1536-1276/13$31.00 c© 2013 IEEE HUANG et al.: JOINT BEAMFORMING AND POWER CONTROL IN COORDINATED MULTICELL: MAX-M... |

113 | Coordinated beamforming for the multicell multi-antenna wireless system
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Citation Context ...nk-downlink duality [23], [25]–[28] which is readily interpreted by the Lagrange duality in convex optimization. In [29], the duality is observed for the MIMO multiuser ad hoc network setting, and in =-=[30]-=-, the duality is extended to the multicell setting. The literature for the latter problem which aims to enforce the fairness level of the system is comparatively less. The max-min SINR problem was fir... |

88 |
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Citation Context ...y turn into the bottleneck. In order to alleviate this problem and to enable simplified design that utilizes only the statistical channel information, additional tools from random matrix theory [45], =-=[46]-=- are to be leveraged. The large system analysis for linear receiver design in the uplink was initiated in [47], and the notion of effective interference and effective bandwidth was proposed. In [48], ... |

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Citation Context ...g. In this paper, we perform large system analysis for the maxmin SINR problem in a general multicell setting. Utilizing tools developed from random matrix theory, the deterministic equivalents [46], =-=[54]-=- for the dual network SINR and for the primal network SINR are established. These asymptotic approximations are used to compute the asymptotic power which only relies on statistical channel informatio... |

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Citation Context ... and efficient algorithms have been proposed for both the single cell and multicell systems [20]–[31]. The analysis of single cell downlink relies on the well-known uplink-downlink duality [23], [25]–=-=[28]-=- which is readily interpreted by the Lagrange duality in convex optimization. In [29], the duality is observed for the MIMO multiuser ad hoc network setting, and in [30], the duality is extended to th... |

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Citation Context ...ated in [47], and the notion of effective interference and effective bandwidth was proposed. In [48], asymptotic analysis for the transmit power minimization problem is carried out. The approaches in =-=[49]-=- and [50] decouple beamforming and power control by assuming zero-forcing or regularized zero-forcing beamformers [51]. The analysis in [52] examines the maxmin SINR problem from the transmit power mi... |

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Citation Context ...O benefit from the available and increasing spatial de-grees of freedom, multicell networks exploit different forms of intercell cooperation to operate the system in an interference-aware manner [1], =-=[2]-=-. Due to practical constraints Manuscript received May 26, 2012; revised October 26, 2012 and January 24, 2013; accepted March 11, 2013. The associate editor coordinating the review of this paper and ... |

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Citation Context ...47], and the notion of effective interference and effective bandwidth was proposed. In [48], asymptotic analysis for the transmit power minimization problem is carried out. The approaches in [49] and =-=[50]-=- decouple beamforming and power control by assuming zero-forcing or regularized zero-forcing beamformers [51]. The analysis in [52] examines the maxmin SINR problem from the transmit power minimizatio... |

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Citation Context ..., San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0407 USA (e-mail: brao@ece.ucsd.edu). Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TWC.2013.042313.120752 such as limited feedback [3]–[5] and the finite capacity of the backhaul =-=[6]-=-–[8], beamforming level coordination and efficient power control strategies are favored over data level cooperation and nonlinear precoding approaches [9], [10] to effectively scale up the system perf... |

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Citation Context ...g where the antenna elements equipped at each base station are placed sufficiently apart. Herein, independent channel assumption is employed and the analysis with the general correlated channel model =-=[71]-=-–[75] is left for future work. Employing this channel model, the asymptotic analysis for the dual network and primal network is carried out in Section IV-A and Section IV-B, respectively. 3This idea r... |

38 |
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Citation Context ... extended to the multicell setting. The literature for the latter problem which aims to enforce the fairness level of the system is comparatively less. The max-min SINR problem was first addressed in =-=[32]-=- using an extended coupling matrix approach, and a centralized algorithm was proposed in [27], which involves an increased dimension matrix computation. A reformulation of the maxmin problem is analyz... |

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Citation Context ...mputer Engineering, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0407 USA (e-mail: brao@ece.ucsd.edu). Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TWC.2013.042313.120752 such as limited feedback [3]–=-=[5]-=- and the finite capacity of the backhaul [6]–[8], beamforming level coordination and efficient power control strategies are favored over data level cooperation and nonlinear precoding approaches [9], ... |

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Citation Context ...ower minimization problem is carried out. The approaches in [49] and [50] decouple beamforming and power control by assuming zero-forcing or regularized zero-forcing beamformers [51]. The analysis in =-=[52]-=- examines the maxmin SINR problem from the transmit power minimization perspective, and compares several cooperation strategies by assuming a two-cell model with homogeneous channel setting. The analy... |

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Citation Context ...lem is tackled from the transmit power minimization perspective and a hierarchical iterative algorithm is proposed. Recently, the problem was studied in [15] using a nonlinear Perron-Frobenius theory =-=[35]-=-, and a distributed algorithm was proposed that exhibits the distributed power control (DPC) structure in [20]. The DPC-like structure is independent of parameter configuration, thus enabling the appl... |

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Citation Context ..., EFFECTIVE NETWORK . . . 2731 the max-min problem is tackled from the transmit power minimization perspective and a hierarchical iterative algorithm is proposed. Recently, the problem was studied in =-=[15]-=- using a nonlinear Perron-Frobenius theory [35], and a distributed algorithm was proposed that exhibits the distributed power control (DPC) structure in [20]. The DPC-like structure is independent of ... |

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Citation Context ...arian fairness i.e., max-min, performance metric also has intimate relationship with other important wireless network performance metric optimization problem, e.g., the weighted sum rate maximization =-=[38]-=-–[40]. The sum rate maximization is nonconvex and NP-hard, and the implication is that fast egalitarian fairness algorithms can be leveraged to solve this nonconvex problem with global optimality guar... |

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Citation Context ...ystems [20]–[31]. The analysis of single cell downlink relies on the well-known uplink-downlink duality [23], [25]–[28] which is readily interpreted by the Lagrange duality in convex optimization. In =-=[29]-=-, the duality is observed for the MIMO multiuser ad hoc network setting, and in [30], the duality is extended to the multicell setting. The literature for the latter problem which aims to enforce the ... |

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Citation Context ... is given in Table III and is referred to as Algorithm C. 5The existence of the solution can be shown by employing the same method as in the proof of Theorem 6.1 in [46] and the proof of Theorem 1 in =-=[74]-=-. TABLE III ALGORITHM C: COMPUTATION OF q̂ GIVEN φ̂ • Initialize arbitrary q̂[0] ∈ RJK×1++ with a given φ̂ such that 1 N σTq̂[0] ≤ P̄ . 1) Update dual network power q̂[+ 1]: q̂m[+ 1] = βm dm,m ⎛ ⎝wm... |

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Citation Context ...lities), and system attributes (i.e., backhaul capabilities, large system or sparse system structures, energy efficiencies), which constitute the wireless environment and network situations, see [60]–=-=[70]-=- for examples driving this trend. A. Asymptotic Analysis for the Dual Network The large system analysis for the dual network is examined first to derive the asymptotic dual network power, which is uti... |

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Citation Context ...e problem, numerically finding the optimal solution is challenging and the design of distributed algorithms that can compute the global optimal solution efficiently is still open, e.g., see [1], [11]–=-=[19]-=- and the references therein. It is known that two specific problem formulations admit global optimal solutions: the transmit power minimization subject to signal-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (SINR... |

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Citation Context ...n SINR problem from the transmit power minimization perspective, and compares several cooperation strategies by assuming a two-cell model with homogeneous channel setting. The analysis is extended in =-=[53]-=- for the minimization of the maximum power problem with homogeneous channel setting. In this paper, we perform large system analysis for the maxmin SINR problem in a general multicell setting. Utilizi... |

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Citation Context ... mobilities), and system attributes (i.e., backhaul capabilities, large system or sparse system structures, energy efficiencies), which constitute the wireless environment and network situations, see =-=[60]-=-–[70] for examples driving this trend. A. Asymptotic Analysis for the Dual Network The large system analysis for the dual network is examined first to derive the asymptotic dual network power, which i... |

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Citation Context ...ter to jointly perform power control in order to achieve the desired fairness level for users in the cluster. 2The large system analysis with algorithm design for a single cell downlink is studied in =-=[56]-=-. where · ands·sdenote the ceil and floor operation respectively. Thus the channel hl,j,k can be represented with subscripts m and n: hm,n h nK ,mK ,m−KmK . Moreover, define the power vector... |

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Citation Context ...ork is carried out in Section IV-A and Section IV-B, respectively. 3This idea relates to algorithmic developments in the context of and in support of the design of situational aware wireless networks =-=[59]-=-. The envisioned situational aware wireless networks adapt system parameters and algorithms design to the channel attributes (i.e., different types of channel information, various channel statistics r... |