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“…It should be noted that for a fixed set of values λ 1 > 0, λ 2 > 0 and λ 3 > 0, the optimal solutions of (21) form a Pareto front of (17). This establishes the equivalence between the optimal solutions of (17) and (21). We therefore solve Equation 21for the optimal rate, power, delay and channel allocation.…”

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“…It should be noted that for a fixed set of values λ 1 > 0, λ 2 > 0 and λ 3 > 0, the optimal solutions of (21) form a Pareto front of (17). This establishes the equivalence between the optimal solutions of (17) and (21). We therefore solve Equation 21for the optimal rate, power, delay and channel allocation.…”

“…It should be noted that the size of the weights λ 1 , λ 2 and λ 3 is an indication of the relative weight or importance put on total rate, total power and total transmission delay, respectively, during optimization. We thus come up with four different scenarios or cases explained in terms of the relative importance or weight put on all the three objective Equations (18)- (20) of the optimization problem (17). The first is when equal weight (λ 1 = λ 2 = λ 3 = 1…”