Can Artificial Intelligence meet the Cognitive Networking Challenge ?

@inproceedings{Haigh2011CanAI,
  title={Can Artificial Intelligence meet the Cognitive Networking Challenge ?},
  author={Karen Zita Haigh and Craig Partridge},
  year={2011}
}
Recent developments in Software Defined Radio technology have created the opportunity to develop networks that are, in principle, highly adaptable and effective under a much wider range of operating conditions than currently possible, but few researchers are able to fully exploit this new flexibility. Cognitive radio networks require multiple interacting capabilities for situation assessment, planning and learning, and are therefore a rich application area for Artificial Intelligence (AI… CONTINUE READING

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