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%0 Book Section %A Denker, G. and Elenius, D. and Wilkins D %E Bruce Fette %T Cognitive Radio Policy Language and Policy Engine %B Cognitive Radio Technology, Second Edition %7 Second %@ 978-0123745354 %I Academic Press %P 557-592 %D 2009 %X Wireless communication is facing several challenges, including spectrum scarcity, deployment delays, and formation and management of dynamic networks. Cognitive radios (CRs) will help address these challenges, but only if they reason about policies to guide their behavior. Policies are sets of declarative statements with an unambiguous semantics. Policy engines (PEs) are software components that reason with policies so that a particular communication device, or network of devices, obeys a given set of policies during its operation. %U http://www.ai.sri.com/pubs/files/1816.pdf

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