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Editors: Peyton D. McGuire and Harry M. Estrada
Book Description:
Cognitive radio is a radio that can sense, learn and adapt to the surrounding environment according to its inner and outer stimuli. A primary feature of cognitive radios is the ability to adapt the transmission parameters given a dynamic wireless environment. In this book, the cognitive radio adaptation is formalized and four evolutionary algorithms are explored and used to intelligently solve this problem and determine the optimal parameters for a given situation. Moreover, the authors of this book limit the scope of cognition to reduce mutual interference between CR-based rental (unlicensed) users and licensed users (LUs) and in providing coexistence between them. The modulation strategies employed to realize a co-existence between the CR-based rental system and the licensed system are introduced. In addition, a novel dynamic spectrum sharing scheme combining spectrum adaptation and MIMO-OFDM for cognitive radio system is proposed. In order to improve spectrum efficiency and reduce computational complexity, a simple power allocation algorithm is proposed as well. Other chapters report recent results on policy-based self-management towards self-adaptive and Cognitive Radio Systems (CRS). Its focus is not on self-properties of cognitive radio systems but on self-learning policy and cognition.

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Table of Contents:

A Survey of Interference Mitigation in Underlay Cognitive Radio Networks;pp. 1-36
(Ayman Elezabi, Mohammed Kashef, Mohamed Abdallah, American University in Cairo, Egypt, and others)

Evolutionary Algorithms for Cognitive Radio Adaptation;pp. 37-72
(Shilian Zheng, Caiyi Lou, JiangNan Electronic Communication Research Institute, Jiaxing, China)

Modulation Techniques for Cognitive Radio in Overlay Spectrum Sharing Environment;pp. 73-99
(I. Budiarjo, H.Nikookar, L.P. Ligthart, International Research Centre for Telecommunications and Radar (IRCTR), Department of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands)

White Space Cognitive Radio Communication System COGSIP and Related Techniques;pp. 101-120
(Tazuko Tomioka, Ren Sakata, Koichiro Ban, Takahiro Kobayashi, Corporate Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corp., Kawasaki-shi, Japan)

Spectrum Adaptation based MIMO-OFDM System for Dynamic Spectrum Sharing;pp. 121-138
(Hao Hu, Junde Song, Dept. of Electronic Engineering, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China)

Cognitive Radio Control: The Disappearing Policy;p. 139-202
(Mikhail Smirnov, Fraunhofer, FOKUS, Berlin, Germany)

Towards Cognitive Radio for Emergency Networks;pp. 203-236
(Qiwei Zhang, Rokke W. Hoeksema, Andre B.J. Kokkeler, Gerard J.M. Smit, Department of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Twente, the Netherlands)*

Cognitive Radio Wireless Networks;pp. 237-262
(Siva Subramani, Zhong Fan, Simon Armour, Dritan Kaleshi, Centre for Communications Research, University of Bristol, United Kingdom, and others)*

Expert Commentary;pp. 263-264
(Shilian Zheng, Caiyi Lou, JiangNan Electronic Communication Research Institute, Jiaxing, China)

Index pp.265-274

      Media and Communications - Technologies, Policies and Challenges
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 274.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-604-8
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