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Modelling and Analyses of Resource Allocation Optimisation in Cognitive Radio Networks

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Abstract

In this chapter, we develop, analyse and discuss highly relevant resource allocation models for achieving optimal and near-optimal solutions to the resource allocation problems in modern cognitive radio networks. The models are developed for the underlay, overlay and hybrid architecture, which are the most common descriptions of the cognitive radio networks. Furthermore, the models are specifically designed to explore various aspects of heterogeneity that are most applicable to modern cognitive radio networks. In the analyses, solutions are arrived at by using the most appropriate optimisation tools for solving resource allocation problems in cognitive radio networks. A few results are presented to underscore the importance of proper modelling in the quest towards achieving optimal and near-optimal solutions for the resource allocation problems in modern heterogeneous cognitive radio networks.

Keywords

Network modelling Network analysis Resource allocation Cognitive radio networks Underlay model Overlay model Hybrid model Heterogeneous systems 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of PretoriaPretoriaSouth Africa

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