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Multi user diversity: Fairness and Efficiency

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Hey guys,
First post here so please keep your flame throwers away :)

Anyways, I am currently doing a project on achieving fairness in a multi-user diversity scenario. As many of you would know, achieving 'fairness' means sacrificing efficiency, or simply throughput.

Now I am required to measure success in terms of fairness and efficiency. As far as definitions go, everything's peachy. However, I am required to quantify 'success' and am completely up against the wall.

The question essentially is:L How would you quantify success in a multi-user diversity scenario. How much fairness is imperative to achieve, before we start losing efficiency?

Any help, suggestions, or advice would be welcomed.

Cheers.
 

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