|Speaker||Dr. Amir Leshem|
|Organization||School of Engineering, Bar-Ilan|
|Date||July 25, 2014 1:30 PM|
In this talk I will discuss distributed resource allocation problems in cognitive radio networks. I will show how game theoretic ideas can be combined with medium access control techniques to allow distributed and optimal allocation without explicit information exchange among users. No prior knowledge of game theory is assumed.
Dr. Amir Leshem is an associate professor and head of the signal processing track at the EE department, School of Engineering, Bar-Ilan University. His current research interests are: statistical and array signal processing, dynamic spectrum management of wireline and wireless communication networks, transmission over copper lines, applications of signal processing to Radio Astronomy, and set theory and mathematical logic.