Cognitive Radio, Mobile Communications and Wireless Networks

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新书,高清英文版,The benefits achievable by the dense deployments of heterogeneous mobile networks (HMNs) in 5G networks can be further enhanced by employing advanced spectrum sharing techniques.
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The publisher remains neutral with regard to jurisdiction claims in published maps and institutional affiliations This Springer imprint is published by the registered company Springer Nature Switzerland Ag The registered company address is: Gewerbestrasse 11, 6330 Cham, Switzerland Contents 1 Towards Spectrum Sharing in Virtualized Networks A Survey and an outlook Furqan Ahmed, Adrian Kliks, Leonardo goratti and shah nawaz Khan 2 Cloud-Based Context-Aware Spectrum a vailability Monitoring and Prediction Using Crowd-Sensing 29 Hussein Shirvani and behrouz Shahgholi ghahfarokhi 3 Cooperative Spectrum Handovers in Cognitive Radio networks 47 Anandakumar,h and umamaheswari, K 4 Network Coding-Based Broadcasting Schemes for Cognitive Radio Networks 65 Khagan Zaheer, Mubashir husain rehmani and mohamed othman 5 Cooperative and cognitive Hybrid Satellite-Terrestrial Networks 115 Vibhum Singh, Prabhat K Upadhyay, Kyoung-Jae Lee and daniel benevides da costa 6 Health Monitoring Using Wearable Technologies and Cognitive Radio for loT 143 Raluca Maria Aileni, George Suciu, Victor Suciu, Sever Pasca, and Rodica strungaru 7 Millimeter Waves: Technological Component for Next-Generation Mobile Networks ..167 Jolly parikh and anuradha basu Contents 8 Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks Under Security Threats and Hybrid Spectrum Access Kuldeep yadav, Abhijit Bhowmick, Sanjay Dhar Roy .187 and Sumit Kundu 9 Optimum Spectrum Sensing Approaches in Cognitive Networks.. 209 Ishrath Unissa, Syed Jalal Ahmad, and P Radha Krishna 10 Learning Strategies in Cognitive Radio Involving Soft Computing Techniques 233 Mithra Venkatesan, Anju Vijaykumar Kulkarni, and Radhika menon 11 Multiuser MIMO Cognitive Radio Systems 259 Mostafa hefnawi Index .283 Author biography Mubashir Husain Rehmani (M14-SM'15)received the B Eng. degree in com puter systems engineering from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro, Pakistan, in 2004, the M.s. degree from the University of Paris Xl, Paris france, in 2008, and the Ph. D. degree from the University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, in 2011. He is currently working at the telecommunications Software and Systems Group TSSG), Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), Waterford Ireland. He served for 5 years as an Assistant Professor at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Wah Cantt., Pakistan. He is currently an Area Editor of th TEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials. He served for 3 years(from 2015 to 2017 as an associate editor of the eee Communications Surveys and tutorials Currently, he serves as Associate Editor of Ieee Communications Magazine Elsevier Journal of Network and Computer Applications(JNCA), and the Journal of Communications and NetworkS (JCN). He is also serving as a guest Editor of Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks journal, Elsevier Future Generation Computer Systems journal, the IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, and Elsevier Pervasive and Mobile computing journal. He has authored/edited two books published by IGi Global, USA, one book published by Crc Press, USA, and one book with Wiley UK. He received"Best Researcher of the Year 2015 of COMSATS Wah" awarde 2015. He received the certificate of appreciation, " Exemplary Editor of the IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials for the year 2015 from the IEEE Commu nications Society. He received Best Paper Award from IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Communications Systems Integration and Modeling(CSIM), in IEEE ICC 2017. He consecutively received research productivity award in 2016-2017 and also ranked #f I in all engineering disciplines from Pakistan Council for Science and Technology(PCST), Government of Pakistan. He also received Best Paper Award in 2017 from Higher Education Commission(HEC), Government of Pakistan Dr. Riadh dhaou Associate Professor with the Toulouse INP (Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse). He is attached to the Telecom and Networking Depart ment of the enseeiht. he is member. since 2003. of the irt team of the irit Author Biography institut de recherche en Informatique de toulouse) Laboratory. He received the Engineering degree in computer science Diplome d'Ingenieur Concepteur en Informatique) from the ENSI (Ecole Nationale des sciences de l'Informatique) University of Tunis II in 1997, and the d.E.A.Diplome d'Etudes Approfondies) in Computer Systems from the Universite Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris(Paris vI), in 1998. He was awarded, respectively, a Ph D degree in Computer Systems, te communication and Electronic by the University of Paris vi (in November 2002) and the hdr(habilitation a Diriger des recherches) by the Toulouse INp(in November 2017). His research interests include statistical characterization and modelling of mobility, mobile and space communications, cross layer schemes modelling and optimization, performance analysis of wireless networks, autono- mous multi-hop/cooperative communications systems, capacity and outage analysis of multi-user heterogeneous wireless systems, resource allocation, design and per formance evaluation of wireless sensor networks and energy consumption optimi zation Since 2003, he is scientific chief project with the cooperative laboratory TeSA, a non-profit association, leading research studies and PhDs in Telecommu nications for Space and aeronautics Since november 2017, he is the carrier of the satellite theme within the Irt team. He jointly supervised 14 Ph. D. theses(9 were defended)and 3 master-degree theses. He published about 78 papers (7 journals and 5 book chapters) and achieved 35 research grants in satellite and sensor networks (CNES, Thales-Alenia Space, Airbus D&s). He has been technical leader to 7 research grants in satellite networks domain and participated in several industrial and academic grants. He was involved in the Technical Program Committee of 7 International Conferences He was general Chair of psats 2013 and was member of one Organization Committee of two other International Conferences He is, since 2013, part of the Editorial Board of WINET (The springer Wireless Networks journal). He participated in 11 Ph. D. thesis committees. He participated in several European and National projects: CAPES-COFECUB Project MMAPS(Manage ment, Mobility, Security, Architecture and Protocols for the Future Internet of Things)-ANR Project CAPTEURS- RNRT Project DILAN- ESPRIT Project bisantE( Broadband Integrated Satellite Network Traffic Evaluation)-RNRT Project CONSTELLATIONS. He also participated in the Network of Excellence NoE Euro-NGl, particularly on the evolution of IP networks Chapter 1 Towards Spectrum Sharing in virtualized Check for Networks: A Survey and an outlook Furgan Ahmed. Adrian Kliks, Leonardo goratti and Shah Nawaz Khan 1.1 Introduction The 5G vision entails a diverse set of requirements including 1000x increase in aggregate data rates, to be achieved by the year 2020 [1]. To this end, apart from hysical and medium access control layer innovations, new spectrum sharing para- digms have to be defined in conjunction with efficient network virtualization tech niques [2]. In fact, flexible yet effective spectrum management is considered as one of the key enablers for the success of 5G networks. The benefits achievable by the dense deployments of heterogeneous mobile networks(HMNs)in 5G networks can be further enhanced by employing advanced spectrum sharing techniques. Given that the spectrum is to be allocated to multiple operators with potentially high deployment densities, classical coexistence solutions within the licensed as well as unlicensed spectrum may not provide required isolation and efficiency. In particular, approaches based on exclusive spectrum access in licensed bands may be inefficient in small-cell scenarios with non-uniform user density, variable area coverage of operators and variable load. In this regard, alternatives to licensed-only techniques such as licensed shared access (LSa), licensed assisted access (laa), license exempt, co-primary shared access(CSA), and pluralistic licensing, are of paramount F. Ahmed(凶) KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden e-mail: furganah @kth se A. Kliks Poznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland e-mail: adrian kliks@ put L. Moratti·S.N.Khan CREATE-NET, Trento, Italy e-mail: leonardo. goratti@create-net. org; s khan@ create-net org o Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2019 M. H Rehmani, R. Dhaou(eds ) Cognitive Radio, Mobile Communications and Wireless Networks, EAI/Springer Innovations in Communication and Computing,

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