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A big new challenge in the networking community is how to put “cognition” into networks. The term cognition is described as the faculty for a mobile or a network to adapt its communication parameters (transmission power for mobiles or frequency for a base station) to perturbations of its environment. A radio system having this capability is called a cognitive radio.
The aim of this project is to study how cognition in wireless mobiles induce new performances.
The different objectives are:
- Modelling a network of intelligent devices.
- Analyzing a network of intelligent devices.
- Developing optimal scheduling policies in cognitive radios.
- Developing information-theoretic analysis of cooperative communications.
- Studying the role of multihoming in cognitive radio.
- Implementing a network of intelligent devices.
- Game theoretical models (stochastic games, learning games, evolutionary games)
- Information theory (information blocking, probing mechanisms)
- Sensing protocols