REACH directors Kirk Dombrowski and Bilal Khan recently contributed to a paper published online at IEEE. The article titled "Evolutionary Game Theory Perspective on Dynamic Spectrum Access Etiquette" investigates the secondary users of dynamic spectrum access networks and the societies' long-term evolution patterns. Read here: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8014421/.
Wireless communication is an increasingly ubiquitous and important aspect of the digital ecosystem. The Internet of Things (IOT) has been growing rapidly with a population of 4+ billion devices in 2014 and an expected population of 25 billion by 2020 This rapid growth, however, may lead the
In the epidemiology of infectious diseases, much of researchers' concerns center around how disease spreads or, more optimistically, how an outbreak may be mitigated by other social and biological factors. Researchers with REACH have been innovatively applying the simulation abilities of social network modeling to