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A Bacteria-Inspired Network Platform for 5 G Mobile Communication System

  title={A Bacteria-Inspired Network Platform for 5 G Mobile Communication System},
  author={Fan-Hsun Tseng and Hsin-Hung Cho and Li-Der Chou and Timothy K. Shih and H. C. Chao},
A surge of innovation in technologies for 5G mobile communication is on the horizon, but its specification is still just being discussed. This paper presents a novel network platform for 5G mobile communication system, viz Software Defined Wireless Bacteria-Inspired Network (SDWBIN). The SDWBIN platform integrates the concepts of molecular and bacterial communication into traditional mobile communications so that the features of molecule and bacteria (i.e., awareness, infection and diffusion… Expand

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