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  • Jerzy Martyna
  • 2012
We consider a cognitive radio network in which a set of primary users make opportunistic spectrum access to support cognitive radios within their coverage areas. In cognitive radio networks, all cognitive radios compete for radio resources and can interfere with each other. The conflicting objectives of users make it highly unlikely for any user to gain(More)
Real-time systems, especially software control systems, are developed to meet the requirements of real-time automation systems. One such crucial requirement is reducing the delay and jitter of periodic tasks in such systems. In this paper, we present a new method for reducing delays and jitters of periodic tasks, which are enforced by the operating system,(More)