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An efficient and utmost utilization of radio spectrum resources has stimulated the introduction of what has been termed dynamic spectrum access methodologies and implementations. While the traditional approach has been based on licensed (or primary) spectrum access, this new communication paradigm enables an opportunistic secondary access to shared spectrum resources provided mutual interference is kept below predefined margins. In this paper the authors propose a novel and flexible framework so as to account for primary-secondary spectrum sharing scenarios. In this sense, the use of a Discrete Time Markov Chain (DTMC) model is suggested and further justified.
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