A Joint Design of User Modeling and Resource Management in Cognitive Radio Networks
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CitationSadreddini, Z., & Güler, E. (2019, October). A Joint Design of User Modeling and Resource Management in Cognitive Radio Networks. In 2019 11th International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops (ICUMT) (pp. 1-4). IEEE.
The limited available spectrum and inefficient spectrum utilization make it necessary to employ dynamic spectrum access techniques. The key enabling technology for dynamic spectrum access is cognitive radio (CR), which exploits the existing wireless spectrum opportunistically and utilizes the licensed spectrum when primary users are passive. Thus, the activities of primary radio (PR) and cognitive radio (CR) users play a major role in the performance of cognitive radio networks. In this paper, a joint solution for user modeling and spectrum management is offered. The activities of PR and CR users are modeled through three-state Markov chain as the spectrum resource blocks are utilized with help of service-level overbooking strategy. Simulation results show the performance of the booking limit with respect to the channel release ratio of CR users and consequently the improved revenue of the network. © 2019 IEEE.