This cohesive treatment of cognitive radio and networking technology integrates information and decision theory to provide insight into relationships throughout all layers of networks and across all wireless applications. It encompasses conventional considerations of spectrum and waveform selection and covers topology determination, routing policies, content positioning and future hybrid architectures that fully integrate wireless and wired services. Emerging flexibility in spectrum regulation and the imminent adoption of spectrum-sharing policies make this topic of immediate relevance both to the research community and to the commercial wireless community. ac Features specific examples of decision-making structures and criteria required to extend network density and scaling to unprecedented levels ac Integrates sensing, control plane and content operations into a single cohesive structure ac Provides simpler and more powerful models of network operation ac Presents a unique approach to decision-making and to mechanisms for adjusting control plane activity to ensure network scaling ac Generalises the concepts of shared and adaptive spectrum policies ac Addresses network transport operations and dynamic management of cognitive wireless networks' own information seeking behaviourIn this case we consider the transmission events of the nodes as independent.3 In an open-loop network, we would lose content whenever there was interference when the device was receiving a packet, and interference causing loss of packets at the ... Manual planning requires assumptions of propagation that are sometimes line-of-sight (r2), while typical low-altitude propagation is in the range of r32.
|Title||:||Scalability, Density, and Decision Making in Cognitive Wireless Networks|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-11-08|