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Machine Learning Techniques in Cognitive Radio Networks

  title={Machine Learning Techniques in Cognitive Radio Networks},
  author={Peter Hossain and Adaulfo Komisarczuk and Garin Pawetczak and S. V. Dijk and I. Axelsen},
Cognitive radio is an intelligent radio that can be programmed and configured dynamically to fully use the frequency resources that are not used by licensed users. It defines the radio devices that are capable of learning and adapting to their transmission to the external radio environment, which means it has some kind of intelligence for monitoring the radio environment, learning the environment and make smart decisions. In this paper, we are reviewing some examples of the usage of machine… Expand
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