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COMAS: A Cooperative Multiagent Architecture for Spectrum Sharing
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking
Static spectrum allocation is a major problem in recent wireless network domains. Generally, these allocations lead to inefficient usage creating empty spectrum holes or white spaces. Thus, some alternatives must be ensured in order to mitigate the current spectrum scarcity. An effective technology to ensure dynamic spectrum usage is cognitive radio, which seeks the unutilized spectrum portions opportunistically and shares them with the neighboring devices. However, since users generally have adoi:10.1155/2010/987691 fatcat:noyco24trzh5dex3v6bz7u7gfu