Paul Daniel Mitchell
Paul Daniel Mitchell
Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, University of York
Verified email at york.ac.uk - Homepage
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Using cognitive radio to deliver ‘green’communications
D Grace, J Chen, T Jiang, PD Mitchell
2009 4th International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless …, 2009
1092009
Low-complexity set-membership channel estimation for cooperative wireless sensor networks
T Wang, RC de Lamare, PD Mitchell
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 60 (6), 2594-2607, 2011
932011
ALOHA and q-learning based medium access control for wireless sensor networks
Y Chu, PD Mitchell, D Grace
2012 International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems (ISWCS), 511-515, 2012
812012
Efficient exploration in reinforcement learning-based cognitive radio spectrum sharing
T Jiang, D Grace, PD Mitchell
IET communications 5 (10), 1309-1317, 2011
732011
Wireless sensor systems for extreme environments: a review
H Rashvand, A Abedi, J Alcaraz-Calero, P Mitchell, S Mukhopadhyay
IEEE Sensors Journal 14 (11), 3955-3970, 2014
692014
Application of reinforcement learning to medium access control for wireless sensor networks
Y Chu, S Kosunalp, P Mitchell, D Grace, T Clarke
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence Journal, 2015
492015
TDA-MAC: TDMA without clock synchronization in underwater acoustic networks
N Morozs, P Mitchell, Y Zakharov
IEEE Access 6, 1091-1108, 2017
462017
Application of Q-learning for RACH access to support M2M traffic over a cellular network
L Mohammed Bello, P Mitchell, D Grace
European Wireless, 2014
41*2014
Burst targeted demand assignment multiple-access for broadband Internet service delivery over geostationary satellite
PD Mitchell, D Grace, TC Tozer
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 22 (3), 546-558, 2004
412004
A receiver-based vertical handover mechanism for TCP congestion control
Y Gou, DAJ Pearce, PD Mitchell
IEEE transactions on wireless communications 5 (10), 2824-2833, 2006
392006
Exploiting platform diversity for GoS improvement for users with different High Altitude Platform availability
Y Liu, D Grace, PD Mitchell
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 8 (1), 196-203, 2009
382009
Coexistence performance of high altitude platform and terrestrial systems sharing a common downlink WiMAX frequency band
P Likitthanasate, D Grace, PD Mitchell
Electronics Letters 41 (15), 858-860, 2005
372005
Use of Q-Learning Approaches for Practical Medium Access Control in Wireless Sensor Networks
S Kosunalp, Y Chu, P Mitchell, D Grace, T Clarke
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 55, 146-154, 2016
322016
Use of aerial platforms for energy efficient medium access control in wireless sensor networks
PD Mitchell, J Qiu, H Li, D Grace
Computer Communications 33 (4), 500-512, 2010
322010
Comparative performance of the CFDAMA protocol via satellite with various terminal request strategies
PD Mitchell, D Grace, TC Tozer
GLOBECOM'01. IEEE Global Telecommunications Conference (Cat. No. 01CH37270 …, 2001
302001
Bio-inspired load balancing in large-scale WSNs using pheromone signalling
I Caliskanelli, J Harbin, L Soares Indrusiak, P Mitchell, F Polack, ...
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks 2013 (article ID 172012), 2013
272013
Performance of the combined free/demand assignment multiple access protocol with combined request strategies via satellite
PD Mitchell, D Grace, TC Tozer
12th IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio …, 2001
262001
CFDAMA-SRR: A MAC Protocol for Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks
W Gorma, P Mitchell, N Morozs, Y Zakharov
IEEE Access 7 (1), 60721 - 60735, 2019
24*2019
Traffic-aware cell management for green ultra-dense small cell networks
Z Li, D Grace, P Mitchell
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 66 (3), 2600-2614, 2017
242017
Digital self-interference cancellation for full-duplex underwater acoustic systems
L Shen, B Henson, Y Zakharov, P Mitchell
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, 2019
232019
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