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By Yu Wang, Hui Xiong, Shlomo Argamon, XiangYang Li, JianZhong Li

This booklet constitutes the complaints of the 1st foreign convention on huge information Computing and Communications, BigCom 2015, held in Taiyuan, China, in August 2015. The forty-one papers offered during this quantity have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from seventy four submissions. They have been prepared in topical sections named: instant communique and networks; database and large information; clever mobile and sensing software; defense and privateness; structure and functions; sensor networks and RFID; social networks and suggestion; sign processing and development popularity; and routing and source management.

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All (|Conf lict Graph| == N ) do 2: Call OP T (Conf lict Graph, N ) then Count the Gl and L. 3: end while 4: Regroup by T IM E 5: return Groups, L, T − N Algorithm 2. all (|Conf lict Graph| == N ) then 2: F ind the node with minimum degree, storeinresult 3: Delete neighbors and node min. 2 Winner Determination Problem First, we define G1 , G2 , . . , GL which are the grouping results in the first step. For any group Gl , we define the bid of the group as πl . The bid is aimed at a single time slot.

1 Setup of Simulation First, we will declare three parameters in the simulation. • Bids Distribution. We assume that the bid bbj of a buyer j is randomly distributed, where 0 is the minimum while 1 is the maximum value. To Bb simplify the simulation experiment, we let bbj = tj j 1 . For sellers, we assume that their bids Bis are randomly distributed over (0, 2], just as the setup in TRUST[14]. • Time Slot. We assume that each channel is cut into 4 time slots by default. Each buyer will ask for at least one time slot of one channel by random distribution.

N − 1} with cardinality |P | = Np . Next, we 2 Np tr having energy str construct a training data vector str k ∈C k 2 = ε and transmit this vector using the pilot subcarriers specified by P . Finally, the received training data vector yktr ∈ CN p can be written as tr yktr = diag str k FNp ×L hk + wk , k = 1, 2 . . yktr {yktr str k {str k (6) where = (p)}p∈P , = (p)}p∈P and = (p)}p∈P ∈ CNp respectively. FNp ×L denotes the Np ×L submatrix of the N-point Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) matrix with the entries F (p, l) = e−j(2π/N )lp , p ∈ P , 0 ≤ l ≤ Np ×L denotes the observation (or L − 1.

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