Cognitive Molecular Communication

Abstract : A key requirement of molecular communication systems in many complex environments is that they should not disrupt the function of pre-existing biochemical systems; that is, the systems should coexist. In this paper, we develop a general framework for the coexistence problem by drawing an analogy to the cognitive radio problem in wireless communication systems. For the particularly promising underlay strategy, we propose a formalization and outline key consequences.
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Malcolm Egan, Trung Duong, Marco Di Renzo, Jean-Marie Gorce, Ido Nevat, et al.. Cognitive Molecular Communication. 2018 -3rd Workshop on Molecular Communications, Apr 2018, Ghent, Belgium. pp.1-2. ⟨hal-01728766⟩

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