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Mapping of Secondary Virtual Networks onto Wireless Substrate based on Cognitive Radio: multi-objective formulation and analysis

  title={Mapping of Secondary Virtual Networks onto Wireless Substrate based on Cognitive Radio: multi-objective formulation and analysis},
  author={Andson Balieiro and Kelvin Lopes Dias},
There is a growing demand for wireless services with different requirements in a dense and heterogeneous wireless environment. Handling this complex ecosystem is becoming a challenging issue, and wireless virtualization emerges as an efficient solution. Although the inclusion of virtualization in wireless networks ensures a better use of resources, current approaches adopted for wireless virtualization can cause an underutilization of resources, since the resource allocated to a virtual… 

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