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- A predictive network resource allocation technique for cognitive wireless networks
Khan, Jamil Y.;
Ong, Eng Hwee
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment, School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Future wireless networks are evolving towards a heterogeneous cooperative and cognitive architecture to support broadband communication needs of different types of traffic. Future wireless networks will allocate network resources based on cooperative techniques. Resource controllers will apply the cognitive principle to find out status of various networks. We propose a predictive resource allocation strategy where we employ adaptive algorithms to predict the network loading. These algorithms can detect changes in the traffic characteristics, and adapt automatically. To validate our claim, we present the results of applying these adaptive algorithms on real-world network traffic traces.
- 4th International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication Systems, 2010 (ICSPCS 2010). Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication Systems 2010 (Gold Coast, Qld 13-15, December 2010)
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