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Liu Article on 'Cognitive Radio Games' Featured in IEEE Spectrum

Liu Article on 'Cognitive Radio Games' Featured in IEEE Spectrum

Prof. K. J. Ray Liu
Prof. K. J. Ray Liu

An article by Prof. K. J. Ray Liu was featured prominently in the April 2011 issue of IEEE Spectrum magazine. The feature, titled Cognitive Radio Games, explores how cognitive radio technology and game theory can help address the problem of overcrowded airwaves that must accommodate increasing wireless demands in a world of ubiquitous smart phones and wireless devices.

Cognitive radio refers to intelligent systems of wireless communication in which the radios people carry around try to achieve the best performance possible by sensing and adapting to changes in their electromagnetic environments, including changes in the way other radios are operating.

IEEE Spectrum magazine is the flagship publication of the IEEE, the world's largest professional technology association. It is a monthly magazine for technology innovators, business leaders, and the intellectually curious. Spectrum explores future technology trends and the impact of those trends on society and business.

IEEE Spectrum is read by over 385,000 technology professionals and senior executives worldwide in the high technology sectors of industry, government, and academia. Subscribers include engineering managers and corporate and financial executives. Deans and provosts at every major engineering university and college throughout the world are also Spectrum readers.

To read the feature in its entirety, visit the IEEE Spectrum website. To download the article in a print friendly format, click on the following link: http://sig.umd.edu/publications/liu_spectrum_201104.pdf

April 9, 2011


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