Self-Organizing Networks: From Bio-Inspired to Social-Driven
Dongliang Duan, University of Wyoming
Liuqing Yang, Colorado State University
Yang Cao, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Jiaolong Wei, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Xiang Cheng, Peking University
In today's complicated world of wireless networking, rapid changes and steep challenges could lead to too many users flocking to one or only a few networks, thereby leaving some potentially useful service providers out of the picture. To avoid such negative effects, it might be worthwhile to transition from the idea of bio-inspired to social-driven networking. Here, the authors outline a few rules to help with the transition.

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