CONTEXT-AWARE RATE ENHANCEMENT (CARE) IN WIRELESS NETWORKS USING AI/ML ALGORITHMS FOR REAL-TIME COMMUNICATIONAnil Naik 1 ; Tharunika Sridhar 2
Article Id - IJEET_14_04_001, Pages : 1-14, Date of Publication : 01, August 2023
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Context-aware rate enhancement (CARE) emerges as a promising solution to address the efficiency- and performance-related challenges of wireless networks by adapting the transmission rate based on contextual information. In this regard, machine learning (ML) algorithms can leverage context-awareness to provide personalized connectivity experiences by understanding user preferences, location information, and device capabilities. Hence, the main aim of this article is to explore the adoption of ML algorithms in wireless networks and the transformative impact they have on network management, performance optimization, and user experience. The motivating aspects of utilizing ML techniques in wireless networks are discussed, including efficiency, security, management, and quality of service (QoS) of wireless networks. The channel impulse response (CIR) predictor showed the efficiency of utilizing the recursive least square (RLS) algorithm yielding lower mean square error (MSE) than that of the outdated CIR predictors. Furthermore, incorporating contrast, noise, and illumination improvements into the local binary patterns (LBP) algorithm resulted in enhanced accuracy and boosted the overall quality of face detection/recognition performance compared with other traditional algorithms. Additionally, using natural language processing (NLP)-based data clustering algorithms can reduce the network traffic while maintaining a high level of QoS for the user’s experience.
Wireless Networks, Context-Aware, Rate Enhancement, Machine Learning (Ml), Algorithm Design, Proposed Enhancements
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IAEME Publication does not request Article Submission Charges, also called Submission Fees. These are due at the time of submission of the manuscript. Nor does IAEME charge per page or for color figures or for any other items for which other publishers are known to charge.
Sources for Article Processing Charges (APC)
Authors of an article are responsible for arranging the payment of APC. Still, that typically does not mean that authors end up paying for the publication of the article. The cost of APC is very often assumed either by the organization funding the research published in the article, or by an Open Access Publishing Fund, or by the institution at which the author is employed.
Fair Dealing - Authors and Publisher
When an author submits a manuscript for review at one of IAEME`s journals, the submitted manuscript should not have been previously published in any form and must not be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. The manuscript should also not be submitted to any other journal during the review process at IAEME Publication. In case the review process at IAEME takes much longer than stated and the author wishes to end the review process at IAEME, he/she should get in contact with the Editorial Assistant of the journal at IAEME and come to an agreement suitable for both sides after looking at the stage of the manuscript in the review process.
With the APC specified above, the author is given an indication what the APC will be. IAEME is charging Publication Fees (APC) but not Submission Fees. This is to the benefit to authors because payments are only due once the author knows the manuscript is accepted. IAEME with editors and reviewers puts much effort in dealing with the manuscript and expects the authors to stick to the common plan of publishing the paper which is linked to payments of APC as given above at the end of the review process. The author is not legally bound at this time, but it would be seen as a strong breach of academic conduct to back off from the publication process. Once the manuscript is accepted for publication, IAEME will issue an invoice in the Paper Submission and Manuscript Tracking System. This is IAEME `s legal offer and will state the regular APC of the journal. The Corresponding Author is expected to arrange payments of the amount stated at this time. In severe cases IAEME `s Complaints Procedure can be followed and the result of this should be binding to the author.
Once an article has been accepted for publication, any Article Processing Charges on the article become due. The submitting author accepts responsibility for the Article Processing Charges, and will not issue refunds of any kind except those payments made by mistake or in excess of the amount required.
The topics to be covered by this journal include but are not limited to the following fields:
|• Electric Power Engineering
• Power System Security & Risk Analysis
• Power System Computational Analysis
• Power System Dynamics & Control
• Power System Reliability
• Power System Operations
• Power Distribution System
• Electric Machinery
• Machine and Special Machine
• Power Electronics
|• Advanced Technology for Electrical Transportation
• Renewable Energy System
• Motor Drive & Control
• Electric Material and Semiconductor
• High Power and High Voltage
• Robotics and Automation
• Electrical Facilities-Technical Standard & Design and Supervision
• Electric Construction Technology
• Electric Safety Technology
• Electric Railway System