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Managed care The constellation of activities and decisions which form the basis for prioritizing health care needs
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resource allocation

1. The management of economic and administrative reserves by choosing from among competing claims for assets and services.
2. Health care rationing.
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[15] Song Q, Wang X, Qiu T and Ning Z, "An Interference Coordination-Based Distributed Resource Allocation Scheme in Heterogeneous Cellular Networks," IEEE Access, 5, pp.2152-2162, January, 2017.
Furthermore, the problem of resource allocation in MMC-CRs can take the following three forms: (i) uplink resource allocation with multiple local power constraints (e.g., see [12], [52]-[53]); (ii) downlink resource allocation with global power constraints (e.g., see [54][55]); and (iii) distributed resource allocation as in an ad-hoc scenario (e.g., see [56]-[57]).
[66] Qiu Jing R Zhou Zheng, "Distributed Resource Allocation Based on Game Theory in Multi-cell OFDMA Systems," Int J Wireless Inf Networks, 2009.
[20] Hassan, M.M., Hossain, M., Sarkar, A., Huh, E.N., "Cooperative game-based distributed resource allocation in horizontal dynamic cloud federation platform," Information Systems Frontiers, pp.
Therefore it is necessary to find a distributed resource allocation algorithm.
The resource allocation of relay-enhanced multi-cell OFDM systems can be classified into two categories [16]: centralized resource allocation and distributed resource allocation. Centralized means that there exists a central controller gathers all the information and feedback required from all the BSs and performs global resource allocation.

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