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Cognitive Wireless Networks

ByPenelope Burks

In the Age of Enlightenment the German philosopher Immanuel Kant encouraged people to use their own mind as the basis for reasoning instead of following dogmatic religious rules - Sapere aude! (dare to know!) - Today wireless communication networks are increasingly becoming aware of the conditions of its their component parts and surrounding environment. Cognition, a continuous process involving sensing, reasoning, understanding and reacting, can be applied to wireless networks in order to adapt the system to the highly dynamic wireless ecosystem. The ultimate goals are to enhance the efficiency in the use of radio resources as well as to improve both link and network performance.

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Publication Date
Jul 10, 2009
Language
English
Category
Computers & Technology
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All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
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By (author): Penelope Burks

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PDF

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