This book provides an introduction to software-defined radio and cognitive radio, along with methodologies for applying knowledge representation, semantic web, logic reasoning and artificial intelligence to cognitive radio, enabling autonomous adaptation and flexible signaling. Readers from the wireless communications and software-defined radio communities will use this book as a reference to extend software-defined radio to cognitive radio, using the semantic technology described.In order to control and guide the behavior of a cognitive radio, an ontology language like OWL is not sufficient and thus needs to be extended. ... Policy can be either external policy such as the permission to use frequency bands at specific location authorized by the ... 2009; Wilkins et al. 2007): ac The separation of policy and typical radio code enables the policy to be represented on a more abstract levelanbsp;...
|Title||:||Flexible Adaptation in Cognitive Radios|
|Author||:||Shujun Li, Miecyslaw Kokar|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-11-06|