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A Survey on Spectrum Sensing and Learning Technologies for 6G

Zihang SONG, Yue GAO, Rahim TAFAZOLLI
2021 IEICE transactions on communications  
Cognitive radio provides a feasible solution for alleviating the lack of spectrum resources by enabling secondary users to access the unused spectrum dynamically.  ...  This paper also investigates and summarizes the recent progress in machine learning for spectrum sensing technology.  ...  Conclusion and Future Challenges This paper has tried to provide a brief overview of spectrum sensing techniques for cognitive radio users.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transcom.2020dsi0002 fatcat:3bdimxhyerb63oghyk4vepdmde

Current advancements on autonomous mission planning and management systems: An AUV and UAV perspective

Adham Atyabi, Somaiyeh MahmoudZadeh, Samia Nefti-Meziani
2018 Annual Reviews in Control  
A comprehensive survey over autonomy assessment of UVs, and different aspects of autonomy such as situation awareness, cognition, and decision-making has been provided in this study.  ...  As a result, UVs can now take part in more complex mission where continuous transformation in environmental condition calls for a higher level of situational responsiveness.  ...  sense-making requirements in a complex cognitive system. iv.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.arcontrol.2018.07.002 fatcat:fq5q25mqgjhczjtojlganzrmue

Towards a Fluid Spectrum Market for Exclusive Usage Rights

Linda Doyle, Tim Forde
2007 2007 2nd IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks  
Through-out the paper the evolution of technology and its affect on the progress towards the goal of fluid spectrum markets is emphasized, as is the need for a very multifaceted approach to the challenges  ...  The purpose of the paper is to underline the need for flexible usage-rights policies, as a core facilitator of such markets as well as to stress the need for a greater technical input to the debate.  ...  It may be necessary to try a combination of several of these methods to effect a satisfactory solution. 2) User B decides to use technology that combines real-time sensing techniques with cognitive functionality  ... 
doi:10.1109/dyspan.2007.86 fatcat:3orw2vwtxjgsjptxnewtt5bqk4

Cooperative Spectrum Sensing with Coded and Uncoded Decision Fusion under Correlated Shadowed Fading Report Channels

Lucas Costa, Dayan Guimarães, Rausley de Souza, Roberto Bomfin
2018 Sensors  
This article addresses the impact of forward error correction when applied to the report channel transmissions of a centralized decision fusion cooperative spectrum sensing scheme designed to detect idle  ...  In the situations in which error correction is effective, the Repetition code is capable of outperforming the BCH, meaning that the diversity gain may be more relevant than the coding gain when the spectrum  ...  Moreover, the current fixed spectrum allocation policy, which only benefits licensed users, also called primary users (PUs), has been the major reason for the underutilized spectral resources, since studies  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19010051 fatcat:flk5rbjxhvblnijxkocdd5goum

Sustainable Satellite Communications in the 6G Era: A European View for Multi-Layer Systems and Space Safety [article]

Marko Höyhtyä, Sandrine Boumard, Anastasia Yastrebova, Pertti Järvensivu, Markku Kiviranta, Antti Anttonen
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We review the most important regulations and international guidelines and revisit a three-dimensional architecture vision to support the sustainability target for a variety of application areas.  ...  While the space activities are rapidly increasing, it is important to make operations in a sustainable and safe way in order to preserve satellite services for future generations.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Authors would like to acknowledge the interviewed organizations for their contributions; European Space Agency, companies such as Airbus, Nokia, Ericsson, Reaktor Innovations, KNL Networks  ... 
arXiv:2201.02408v1 fatcat:pi5mcuz5wncivokxseylhe6mja

Development of decision support tools for decentralised urban water supply management in Uganda: An Action Research approach

Frank Kizito, Harrison Mutikanga, Gaddi Ngirane-Katashaya, Roger Thunvik
2009 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
allocations.  ...  In addition to the four maps, a Digital Landscape Model (DLM) of the study area was created, providing an interactive tool for navigating through a virtual model of the study area in three dimensions  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2009.01.001 fatcat:j5cadaf6jbfgviduj5ezsnyltu

Survey of Inter-satellite Communication for Small Satellite Systems: Physical Layer to Network Layer View [article]

Radhika Radhakrishnan, William Edmonson, Fatemeh Afghah, R. Rodriguez-Osorio, Frank Pinto, Scott Burleigh
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Small satellite systems enable whole new class of missions for navigation, communications, remote sensing and scientific research for both civilian and military purposes.  ...  Based on the survey, we also present a comprehensive list of design parameters useful for achieving inter-satellite communications for multiple small satellite missions.  ...  Sun Yi, Rawfin Zaman and Solomon Gebreyohannes who provided insight and expertise that greatly assisted the study and preparation of this research paper.  ... 
arXiv:1609.08583v2 fatcat:tzyqiyqbqfgkhk3dnctw5t4rfu

The Understanding Capacity and Information Dynamics in the Human Brain

Yan Yufik
2019 Entropy  
This article proposes a theory of neuronal processes underlying cognition, focusing on the mechanisms of understanding in the human brain. Understanding is a product of mental modeling.  ...  The paper argues that mental modeling is a form of information production inside the neuronal system extending the reach of human cognition "beyond the information given" (Bruner, J.S., Beyond the Information  ...  ., a non-profit organization promoting studies of biological and artificial intelligence. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/e21030308 pmid:33267023 fatcat:m6qde2j4uzhatpcfydob4nu5mq

Performance Modeling of Bio-Inspired Routing Protocols in Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Network to Reduce End-to-End Delay

Ramkumar Jaganathan, VLB Janakiammal College of Arts and Science, Vadivel Ramasamy, Bharathiar University
2019 International Journal of Intelligent Engineering and Systems  
The rapid advancement of Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Network (CRAHN) has created a demand for effectively utilizing the spectrum without affecting the environment.  ...  The major task of routing protocols is to transfer the data to the destination in a shorter duration by utilizing low energy.  ...  Hybrid firefly simulated annealing based spectrum opportunistic routing algorithm [9] was proposed to address issues in spectrum mapping in local and global spectrum sensing information, but the results  ... 
doi:10.22266/ijies2019.0228.22 fatcat:vlsle2ddtnf47npdaavtmppj5a

Survey of Inter-Satellite Communication for Small Satellite Systems: Physical Layer to Network Layer View

Radhika Radhakrishnan, William W. Edmonson, Fatemeh Afghah, Ramon Martinez Rodriguez-Osorio, Frank Pinto, Scott C. Burleigh
2016 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
Small satellite systems enable a whole new class of missions for navigation, communications, remote sensing, and scientific research for both civilian and military purposes.  ...  Based on the survey, we also present a comprehensive list of design parameters useful for achieving inter-satellite communications for multiple small satellite missions.  ...  Sun Yi, Rawfln Zaman and Solomon Gebreyohannes who provided insight and expertise that greatly assisted the study and preparation of this research paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2016.2564990 fatcat:jzrkyyrqajgehmznkwxaiy3nlq

Adaptive remote sensing techniques implementing swarms of mobile agents

Stewart M. Cameron, Guillermo M. Loubriel, Rush D. Robinett III, Keith M. Stantz, Michael W. Trahan, John S. Wagner, Edward M. Carapezza, David B. Law, K. Terry Stalker
1999 Unattended Ground Sensor Technologies and Applications  
An alternative approach is to implement adaptive remote-sensing techniques with swarms of mobile agents employing collective behavior for optimization of mapping signatures and positional orientation (  ...  This paper focuses on our recent work at Sandia National Laboratories toward engineering a physics-based swarm of mobile vehicles for distributed sensing applications.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Sandia is a multiprogram laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation, a Lockheed Martin Company, for the United States Department of Energy under Contract DE-AC04-94AL85000.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.357131 fatcat:tuy57pkr5vhs5fkyasp7nfo6oe

Multiple Mobile Robot Systems [chapter]

Lynne E. Parker, Daniela Rus, Gaurav S. Sukhatme
2016 Springer Handbook of Robotics  
Mobility allows the group of robots to selfdeploy, and self-organize by relocating themselves in support of communication, sensing, or task needs; for example, they can reconfigure to guarantee a desired  ...  ] demonstrate the feasibility of cooperative control for building planetary habitats.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-32552-1_53 fatcat:rijl5w2zuvfyhjyx3drntjwvam

Across institutional boundaries?

Thomas Heinze, Stefan Kuhlmann
2008 Research Policy  
The need for effective inter-institutional knowledge flows is of particular importance in emerging domains of research, and also a challenge for public research systems with a high degree of institutional  ...  Research collaboration is a key mechanism for linking distributed knowledge and competencies into novel ideas and research venues.  ...  Acknowledgement This paper is based on research sponsored by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (FOR 517).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2008.01.009 fatcat:5mgk4akn4rfi3avz2ep3vi466a

On The Way To Platial Analysis: Can Geosocial Media Provide The Necessary Impetus? - Proceedings Of The First Workshop On Platial Analysis (Platial'18)

Rene Westerholt, Franz-Benjamin Mocnik, Alexander Zipf
2018 Zenodo  
The PLATIAL'18 workshop makes a significant contribution towards establishing a notion of place and is meant to be the starting point for a series of future events.  ...  This is well reflected by the various topical sessions into which the workshop has been organized.  ...  Zipf, and A Meyer-Lindenberg, for providing background information and valuable notices.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1475269 fatcat:a2kuqn6qibggza7ucyaihijcfe

Sparse Code Multiple Access: Potentials and Challenges

Manel Rebhi, Kais Hassan, Kosai Raoof, Pascal Charge
2021 IEEE Open Journal of the Communications Society  
In this paper, we provide a comprehensive survey of the state-of-the-art of SCMA.  ...  Finally, we present a range of future research trends and challenging open issues that should be addressed to optimize SCMA performance.  ...  In [203] , cognitive radio capabilities were enabled for SCMA systems operating in mmWave bands by sensing the spectrum holes and adapting the transmission.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ojcoms.2021.3081166 fatcat:asq4vwdswzh37imgpdku7ipkiq
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