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Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal
Kluwer Academic Publishers
 
   
 
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  Dynamic spectrum allocation with maximum efficiency and fairness in interactive cognitive radio networks
Ma Z., Wang H.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 64(2): 439-455, 2020. Type: Article

Cognitive radio is a promising technology to leverage the radio spectrum in a more effective way. The nature of the interactivities in cognitive radio network entities is of a manner that can be modeled by game theory ideas. In this regard, the au...

Aug 27 2021
  Software defined wireless networks: a survey of issues and solutions
Rangisetti A., Tamma B.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 97(4): 6019-6053, 2017. Type: Article

The communication network paradigm has undergone tremendous transformation, leading to changes in traffic patterns over the network. Traditional network architecture and protocols may not be suitable for present-day network and traffic patterns.
Oct 14 2019
  Application of the cognitive radio concept for M2M communications: practical considerations
Kliks A.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 83(1): 117-133, 2015. Type: Article

With the advent of 128-bit Internet protocol, version 6 (IPv6) addresses, every “thing” can be identified through an IP address. These addressed “things” can communicate with each other and can be controlled remotely. This ...

Nov 13 2015
  An energy efficient message scheduling algorithm considering node failure in IoT environment
Abdullah S., Yang K.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 79(3): 1815-1835, 2014. Type: Article

The Internet of Things (IOT), or the Internet of Everything as some major players like Cisco have called it, refers to a connection of processes, humans, mass data, and things (where things would be any hardware within a network). Per Gartner̵...

Nov 11 2015
  A hybrid spectrum sensing method for cognitive sensor networks
Sepasi Zahmati A., Fernando X., Grami A.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 74(2): 953-968, 2014. Type: Article

Spectrum sensing as an enabling function for dynamic spectrum access has attracted significant interest from both industry and academia. An enormous amount of research has been carried out for conventional spectrum-sensing techniques, for example,...

Apr 21 2015
  Software-based management for Ethernet networks
Hager M., Finke T., Seitz J., Waas T.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 74(3): 1021-1032, 2014. Type: Article

In recent years, there has been a surge of interest in interconnecting traditionally isolated devices to each other and beyond via home and office networks. The miniaturization and energy efficiency of computing and sensor technology have made it ...

Mar 23 2015
  Context-based ontology-driven recommendation strategies for tourism in ubiquitous computing
Shi L., Lin F., Yang T., Qi J., Ma W., Xu S.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 76(4): 731-745, 2014. Type: Article

Tourism recommender systems have been an important area of research for over a decade and are gaining momentum with the help of ontology-driven systems. However, further improvements are warranted to enhance the relevance of the recommendations pr...

Nov 13 2014
  Reward-based radio interface selection of hybrid 4G UMTS and LTE communications for fast cloud accesses
Chang B., Liang Y., Cao K.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 76(4): 675-691, 2014. Type: Article

The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) specifies a hybrid cellular system that includes long-term evolution (LTE) cooperated with the existing universal mobile telecommunications system (UMTS). In the hybrid cellular system, the base statio...

Sep 26 2014
  Collaborative relaying strategies in autonomic management of mobile robotics
Barraca J., Sadeghi R., Aguiar R.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 70(3): 1077-1096, 2013. Type: Article

Mobile robots are becoming increasingly common in our domestic and professional environments, from small autonomous vacuum cleaners, such as the iRobot Roomba, and lawnmowers, such as the Husqvarna Automower, to more sophisticated autonomous secur...

Oct 24 2013
  Efficient spectrum allocation and time of arrival based localization in cognitive networks
Wang D., Leung H., Fattouche M., Ghannouchi F.  Wireless Personal Communications: An International Journal 66(4): 813-831, 2012. Type: Article

Wang et al. review the concept of cognitive networks (CN), and propose spectrum allocation based on orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) and localization based on time of arrival (TOA) for such networks. The paper compares the propose...

Mar 28 2013
 
 
 
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