Contract Theory Based on Wireless Energy Harvesting with Transmission Performance Optimization
In this paper, we proposed a contract theory on optimization of wireless energy collection and transmission systems. Its purpose is to maximize the transmission rate of the source node to the destination node. Source node broadcasts signal to relay node. We assume that the quality of the link between the source node and the destination node link is poor, and the signal cannot be directly transmitted to the destination node. Relay node have no energy to forward the signal. At this time, the relay node needs energy from surrounding energy access points (EAPs) and the destination node will pay corresponding rewards. We designed the optimal contract theory in order to maximize the transmission performance of the source node. Finally, we use the optimal algorithm to get the best result.
KeywordsContract theory Wireless Energy Harvesting Optimal algorithm Performance optimization
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