Geometric generative adversarial net based multiple methods for spectrum sensing in cognitive radio networks

Sattar B. Sadkhan, Doaa Jabbar Mardaw Zaidawi


The majority of recently developed approaches require a significant number of labelled samples. The proposed system are dedicated to using less marked samples for automatic modulation detection in the cognitive radio domain. The proposed signal classifier generative adversarial nets (GANs) methodology is a semi-supervised learning framework that focuses on adversarial analysis GANs are a major step forward in the development of competitive generative networks, and they've spawned a slew of apparently unrelated versions. The discovery of a single geometric form in GAN and its derivatives is one of the paper's key contributions. In three geometric stages, by demonstrate how to train an adversarial generative model: updating the discriminator parameter away from the separating hyperplane, looking for the separating hyperplane, and updating the generator along the usual vector route of the separating hyperplane. The shortcomings in current approaches are shown by this geometric intuition, leading us to suggest a new geometric GAN formulation that maximizes the margin using SVM separating hyperplane. An equilibrium is reached between the discriminator and generator in the geometric GAN, according to our theoretical research. Furthermore, detailed computational results showing the superior efficiency of the GAN engineering network were obtained.


CRNs; Detection signal; Geometric GAN; Spectrum sensing; SVM

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