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The subject of Discrete Signals and Systems is broad and deserves a single book devoted to it. The objective of this textbook is to present all the required material that an undergraduate student will need to master this subject matter and the use of MATLAB. This book is primarily intended for electrical and computer engineering students, and especially for use by juniors or seniors in these undergraduate engineering disciplines. It can also be very useful to practicing engineers. It is detailed, broad, based on mathematical basic principles, focused, and it also contains many solved problems using analytical tools as well as MATLAB. The book is ideal for a one-semester course in the area of discrete linear systems or digital signal processing, where the instructor can cover all chapters with ease. Numerous examples are presented within each chapter to illustrate each concept when and where it is presented. Most of the worked-out examples are first solved analytically and then solved using MATLAB in a clear and understandable fashion.
Experience a guided tour of the key information-theoretic principles that underpin the design of next-generation cellular systems with this invaluable reference. Written by experts in the field, the text encompasses principled theoretical guidelines for the design and performance analysis of network architectures, coding and modulation schemes, and communication protocols. Presenting an extensive overview of the most important ideas and topics necessary for the development of future wireless systems, as well as providing a detailed introduction to network information theory, this is the perfect tool for researchers and graduate students in the fields of information theory and wireless communications, as well as for practitioners in the telecommunications industry.
This book gathers and analyzes the latest attacks, solutions, and trends in mobile networks. Its broad scope covers attacks and solutions related to mobile networks, mobile phone security, and wireless security. It examines the previous and emerging attacks and solutions in the mobile networking worlds, as well as other pertinent security issues. The many attack samples present the severity of this problem, while the delivered methodologies and countermeasures show how to build a truly secure mobile computing environment.
Mobile crowdsensing is a technology that allows large scale, cost-effective sensing of the physical world. In mobile crowdsensing, mobile personal devices such as smart phones or smart watches come equipped with a variety of sensors that can be leveraged to collect data related to environment, transportation, healthcare, safety and so on. This book presents the first extensive coverage of mobile crowdsensing, with examples and insights drawn from the authors' extensive research on this topic as well as from the research and development of a growing community of researchers and practitioners working in this emerging field. Throughout the text, the authors provide the reader with various examples of crowdsensing applications and the building blocks to creating the necessary infrastructure, explore the related concepts of mobile sensing and crowdsourcing, and examine security and privacy issues introduced by mobile crowdsensing platforms. Provides a comprehensive description of mobile crowdsensing, a one-stop shop for all relevant issues pertaining to mobile crowdsensing, including motivation, applications, design and implementation, incentive mechanisms, and reliability and privacy. Describes the design and implementations of mobile crowdsensing platforms of great interest for the readers working in research and industry to quickly implement and test their systems. Identifies potential issues in building such mobile crowdsensing applications to ensure their usability in real life and presents future directions in mobile crowdsensing by emphasizing the open problems that have to be addressed.
The book offers unique insight into the modern world of wireless communication that included 5G generation, implementation in Internet of Things (IoT), and emerging biomedical applications. To meet different design requirements, gaining perspective on systems is important. Written by international experts in industry and academia, the intended audience is practicing engineers with some electronics background. It presents the latest research and practices in wireless communication, as industry prepares for the next evolution towards a trillion interconnected devices. The text further explains how modern RF wireless systems may handle such a large number of wireless devices. Covers modern wireless technologies (5G, IoT), and emerging biomedical applications Discusses novel RF systems, CMOS low power circuit implementation, antennae arrays, circuits for medical imaging, and many other emerging technologies in wireless co-space. Written by a mixture of top industrial experts and key academic professors.
The key parameter that needs to be considered when planning the management of resources in futuristic wireless networks is a balanced approach to resource distribution. A balanced approach is necessary to provide an unbiased working environment for the distribution, sharing, allocation, and supply of resources among the devices of the wireless network. Equal resource distribution also maintains balance and stability between the operations of communication systems and thus improves the performance of wireless networks. Managing Resources for Futuristic Wireless Networks is a pivotal reference source that presents research related to the control and management of key parameters of bandwidth, spectrum sensing, channel selection, resource sharing, and task scheduling, which is necessary to ensure the efficient operation of wireless networks. Featuring topics that include vehicular ad-hoc networks, resource management, and the internet of things, this publication is ideal for professionals and researchers working in the field of networking, information and knowledge management, and communication sciences. Moreover, the book will provide insights and support executives concerned with the management of expertise, knowledge, information, and organizational development in different types of work communities and environments.
Robots, autonomous vehicles, unmanned aerial vehicles, and smart factory, will significantly change human living style in digital society. Artificial Intelligence in Wireless Robotics introduces how wireless communications and networking technology enhances facilitation of artificial intelligence in robotics, which bridges basic multi-disciplinary knowledge among artificial intelligence, wireless communications, computing, and control in robotics. A unique aspect of the book is to introduce applying communication and signal processing techniques to enhance traditional artificial intelligence in robotics and multi-agent systems. The technical contents of this book include fundamental knowledge in robotics, cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence, statistical decision and Markov decision process, reinforcement learning, state estimation, localization, computer vision and multi-modal data fusion, robot planning, multi-agent systems, networked multi-agent systems, security and robustness of networked robots, and ultra-reliable and low-latency machine-to-machine networking. Examples and exercises are provided for easy and effective comprehension. Engineers wishing to extend knowledge in the robotics, AI, and wireless communications, would be benefited from this book. In the meantime, the book is ready as a textbook for senior undergraduate students or first-year graduate students in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, and general engineering students. The readers of this book shall have basic knowledge in undergraduate probability and linear algebra, and basic programming capability, in order to enjoy deep reading.
Building Wireless Sensor Networks: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives presents the state of the art of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) from fundamental concepts to cutting-edge technologies. Focusing on WSN topics ideal for undergraduate and postgraduate curricula, this book: Provides essential knowledge of the contemporary theory and practice of wireless sensor networking Describes WSN architectures, protocols, and operating systems Details the routing and data aggregation algorithms Addresses WSN security and energy efficiency Includes sample programs for experimentation The book offers overarching coverage of this exciting field, filling a critical gap in the existing literature.
Resource allocation is an important issue in wireless communication networks. In recent decades, cognitive radio-based networks have garnered increased attention and have been well studied to overcome the problem of spectrum scarcity in future wireless communications systems. Many new challenges in resource allocation appear in cognitive radio-based networks. This book focuses on effective resource allocation solutions in several important cognitive radio-based networks, including opportunistic spectrum access networks, cooperative sensing networks, cellular networks, high-speed vehicle networks, and smart grids. Cognitive radio networks are composed of cognitive, spectrum-agile devices capable of changing their configuration on the fly based on the spectral environment. This capability makes it possible to design flexible and dynamic spectrum access strategies with the purpose of opportunistically reusing portions of the spectrum temporarily vacated by licensed primary users. Different cognitive radio-based networks focus on different network resources, such as transmission slots, sensing nodes, transmission power, white space, and sensing channels. This book introduces several innovative resource allocation schemes for different cognitive radio-based networks according to their network characteristics: Opportunistic spectrum access networks - Introduces a probabilistic slot allocation scheme to effectively allocate the transmission slots to secondary users to maximize throughput Cooperative sensing networks - Introduces a new adaptive collaboration sensing scheme in which the resources of secondary users are effectively utilized to sense the channels for efficient acquisition of spectrum opportunities Cellular networks - Introduces a framework of cognitive radio-assisted cooperation for downlink transmissions to allocate transmission modes, relay stations, and transmission power/sub-channels to secondary users to maximize throughput High-speed vehicle networks - Introduces schemes to maximize the utilized TV white space through effective allocation of white space resources to secondary users Smart grids - Introduces effective sensing channel allocation strategies for acquiring enough available spectrum channels for communications between utility and electricity consumers
The accurate design of earth-space systems requires a comprehensive understanding of the various propagation media and phenomena that differ depending on frequencies and types of applications. The choice of the relevant channel models is crucial in the design process and constitutes a key step in performance evaluation and testing of earth-space systems. The subject of this book is built around the two characteristic cases of satellite systems: fixed satellites and mobile satellite systems. Radio Wave Propagation and Channel Modeling for Earth-Space Systems discusses the state of the art in channel modeling and characterization of next-generation fixed multiple-antennas and mobile satellite systems, as well as propagation phenomena and fade mitigation techniques. The frequencies of interest range from 100 MHz to 100 GHz (from VHF to W band), whereas the use of optical free-space communications is envisaged. Examining recent research advances in space-time tropospheric propagation fields and optical satellite communication channel models, the book covers land mobile multiple antennas satellite- issues and relative propagation campaigns and stratospheric channel models for various applications and frequencies. It also presents research and well-accepted satellite community results for land mobile satellite and tropospheric attenuation time-series single link and field synthesizers. The book examines aeronautical communications channel characteristics and modeling, relative radio wave propagation campaigns, and stratospheric channel model for various applications and frequencies. Propagation effects on satellite navigation systems and the corresponding models are also covered.
Opportunistic networking, by definition, allows devices to communicate whenever a window of opportunity is available. Many emerging technologies employ opportunistic exchanges of information. This book addresses this trend in communications engineering, taking into account three specific areas-vehicular, device-to-device (D2D), and cognitive radio-while describing the opportunistic communication methods of each. From smart homes to smart cities, smart agriculture to never-die-networks and beyond, the text explores the state of the art of opportunistic networking, providing the latest research, developments, and practices in one concise source.
Delay- and Disruption Tolerant Networks (DTNs) are networks subject to arbitrarily long-lived disruptions in connectivity and therefore cannot guarantee end-to-end connectivity at all times. Consequently DTNs called for novel core networking protocols since most existing Internet protocols rely on the network's ability to maintain end-to-end communication between participating nodes. This book presents the fundamental principles that underline DTNs. It explains the state-of-the-art on DTNs, their architecture, protocols, and applications. It also explores DTN's future technological trends and applications. Its main goal is to serve as a reference for researchers and practitioners.