Dense Wireless Network Inspired by the Nervous System

Łukasz Kułacz, Adrian Kliks


This work presents concepts of the use of algorithms inspired by the functions and properties of the nervous system in dense wireless networks. In particular, selected features of the brain consisting of a large number of nerve connections were analyzed, which is why they are a good model for a dense network. In addition, the action of a selected cells from the nervous system (such as neuron, microglia or astrocyte) as well as phenomena observed in it (e.g. neuroplasticity) are presented.

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