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<! -- GSM Voice Communication --> <Entity> <User/> <Need> <Talk/> <Information> <Voice-call/> <Source> RPE-LTP <Transmission> GSM <Time> <Space> <Signal> Mobile-IMSI# <RF/> <Time-slot/> </Signal > <Channel> N-VA </Channel> <Recipient> GSM-BTS </Recipient> Burst-N1-M </Space> </Time> </Transmission> Call-N2 PSTN#N3 </Source> Call-complete </Information> Conversation-complete </Need> <Satisfy/> </Entity> In Expression 4-16, the generic voice-communications model supplies RXML tags to a notional GSM voice call placed in Northern Virginia (N-VA). The tag placement scopes the ontological primitives for the signalin-space, while the larger transmission includes the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). The completion of the call satis es the information transfer need of the <Entity/>. Expression 4-17 Ontological Perspective on Signal and Interference
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<! -- Detecting Signal in Noisy Communication --> <Detect> <Signal/> <Known/> </Detect> <Detect> <Domain> Y </Domain> <Histogram*> Y <Interesting/> </Histogram*></Detect> . . . </Energy></RF> The <RF/> part of the <Self/> ontology re ects this enhanced model of <Communications/> highlighted in Expressions 4-11 through 4-17. Communications are <Signals/> that satisfy a <Need/> of an <Entity/> to exchange <Information/> with an intended <Recipient/>. An <Interferent/> receives a <Transmission/> in <Time/> and <Space/> that decrements QoI. The AACR as <Originator/> adheres to etiquette if it trades off its <Needs/> against those of <Interferents/> in a way that re ects social norms. This ontological perspective is illustrated in Figure 4-8 [145]. Any air interface occupies <Space/> <Time/> and <RF/>. Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) exploits distinct physical paths in the channel (n, kn) via the aggregate channel [109 113]. The <Originator/> chooses a communications path that need not be wireless. The path could pass through WLAN to the <Home/> Internet service provider (<ISP/>) and thence to the desk-side PC of the <Recipient/>. Cellular paths generally pass through the PSTN, while WLAN paths traverse <ISPs/>. Point-to-point UHF links among sports enthusiasts illustrate increasingly rare purely RF paths between <Originator/> and <Recipient/>. Expressions 4-11 to 4-17 and Figure 4-9 thus outline
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FIGURE 4-8 Communications de ned in space time RF as satisfaction of originator need.
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The ontological treatment of <Noise/>, <Signal/>, and <Interference/> above expands the signi cance of the fact that <Histogram/> detects <Signal/> as <Interesting/>. The items circled in Figure 4-9 are <Interesting/>, so the <Self/> may infer that H[1] contains <Signal/>, while this is actually <Noise/> learned when the iCR asks an <Authority/> whether bin H[1] is <Signal/>.
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Low power signals may contaminate the <Noise/> bin, so an <Authority/> labels H[1] Noise and low power signals, augmenting the <RF/> ontology with <Power/> as a numeric quantity, <Power> Number <Units> dB </Units> </Power>. The high powered bins designated by <Histogram/> as <Interesting/> are labeled <Signal/>. High powered noise may contaminate them, such as lightning strikes at HF. PSD labeling works well in SHF and above, but not at HF because distant interference and natural noise, especially lightning strikes, dominate the noise oor. Similarly, <Labels/> are not accurate in densely occupied bands (e.g., cellular) in peak traf c loading, heavily occupied with signals and co-channel interference. The iCR could overgeneralize, learning that points with high PSD values are <Signals/> and points with low PSD values are <Noise/>, but that does not work in HF, an overgeneralization. Band, mode, and other constraints appropriately limit the applicability of PSD occupancy knowledge. The companion CD-ROM address many of these in RXML, but an open source industrial strength radio ontology does not yet exist. With the augmented PSD <Histogram/>, the iCR can learn about signals and noise through experience with a skilled <Authority/> supervising the ML as in Figure 4-10. A response like <Adjacent-channel/> from the <Authority/> could be met with a request to download additional RXML knowledge about <Adjacentchannel/> signals should the <Goal/> warrant. In UHF, the <Authority/> might designate signals as <TV/>. If the <Self/> is looking for <Sports/> on <TV/>, then it could re ne the query by asking an <Authority/> for the <TV/> <Channel/> broadcasting <Program> The Superbowl </Program>. While turning CWN into the TV GuideTM may not seem cost-effective, if that is what makes the <User/> happy, then that may be where the money is. The PSD <Histogram/> discovery process plus <Labeling/> taught the <Self/> to use <Histogram/> as a signal/noise dichotomizer where the background is primarily thermal noise. Once the <Self/> learns <Signals/> and