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Online spectrum auction is considered in [63] but it is assumed that the interference graph is complete. While such an assumption makes the auction design easier, it does not capture the most important feature of spectrums, that is, spectrum reusability. In consequence, the spectrum utilization is low. To design an online auction mechanism, we need to take into consideration the sporadic nature of spectrum requests and buyers’ geographic feature. The challenges are two-folds: © The Author(s) 2015 Y.

This makes SMRA, or rather combinatorial auctions, difficult to be applied to dynamic spectrum access, in which the spectrum availability changes rapidly, and therefore fast clearance is required. 2 5 Future Research Directions Free Riding Problem In the SMRA, when the “small bidders” want to outbid a “large bidder”, free riding problem may arise. For example, we have three buyers and two spectrums. 2. In the first round, buyer A and B both bid 1; buyer C bids 4 and is the provisional winner. 3, and buyers A and B are the winners.

Assume that seller i asks truthfully as vis , and untruthfully as ri . 1. • Case I. Seller i loses when he bids truthfully and untruthfully, and his utilities are both zero. Therefore, the seller does not gain higher utility by being untruthful. • Case II. Seller i wins when he bids truthfully and loses when he bids untruthfully. In the former case, he achieves non-negative utility due to individual rationality. In the later case, he achieves zero utility. Therefore, the seller has higher utility when being truthful.

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