Grambling State University

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  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Trust-Based Approach in Wireless Sensor Networks Using an Agent to Each Cluster

    Detection of malicious node in the neighborhood with minimal infrastructure and computations is a requirement. The existing models require more computation, storage, and complex security calculations. These models are inefficient in wireless sensor networks due to their resource limitations. Therefore, an agent-based approach that maintains the node's current status is...

    Provided By Grambling State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Detecting Primary Signals Using Time and Space Model

    The advantage of using cognitive radio technology is its ability to adapt and behave to the needs of the application. The adaptability to the application leads cognitive radios with the potential for creating next generation cognitive wireless network. In dynamic spectrum allocation problem, the cognitive radio technology is used to...

    Provided By Grambling State University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Detecting Primary Signals Using Time and Space Model

    The advantage of using cognitive radio technology is its ability to adapt and behave to the needs of the application. The adaptability to the application leads cognitive radios with the potential for creating next generation cognitive wireless network. In dynamic spectrum allocation problem, the cognitive radio technology is used to...

    Provided By Grambling State University

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Trust-Based Approach in Wireless Sensor Networks Using an Agent to Each Cluster

    Detection of malicious node in the neighborhood with minimal infrastructure and computations is a requirement. The existing models require more computation, storage, and complex security calculations. These models are inefficient in wireless sensor networks due to their resource limitations. Therefore, an agent-based approach that maintains the node's current status is...

    Provided By Grambling State University