Introduction of dynamic spectrum management technologies: The role of industry openness and spectrum policy
AbstractThe introduction of Dynamic Spectrum Management (DSM) has been challenged by several technical, economic and regulatory factors. This study analyzes market structure conditions in terms of industry openness and spectrum policy for introducing DSM technologies into mobile markets, developing a framework which combine System Dynamics modeling (top-down approach) and Bayesian network data analysis (bottom-up approach) for analyzing current mobile markets and their future evolutions possibilities. This model describes mobile-operator centric and end-user centric scenarios for a future DSM deployment. --
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by International Telecommunications Society (ITS) in its series 24th European Regional ITS Conference, Florence 2013 with number 88487.
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Dynamic spectrum management (DSM); industry openness; spectrum policy; System Dynamics; Bayesian network; technology diffusion; end-user centric and mobile operator centric scenarios;
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