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In database-driven cognitive radio networks, location inference attack may cause location privacy leakage of secondary users. Malicious entities could geo-locate secondary users with spectrum utilization information. The efficiency of existing solution largely depends on the stability of available spectrum. Most solutions are not effective because of the unpredictable return of primary users. To prevent location inference attack, we propose an Agent-based Channel Selection(ACS) scheme in thisdoi:10.1109/milcom.2015.7357566 dblp:conf/milcom/LiPL15 fatcat:m7vmnlgrknhyxe66nbxmkspwdy