In this paper a novel technique for modelling a radio frequency (RF) environment based on hypergraph theory is investigated for solving coexistence management of heterogeneous networks and efficient channel allocation for spectrum sharing. Conventionally, traditional graph theory is used to model interference relationships and exclusive channel allocation. The demand for wireless services is increasing, hence the need for efficient spectrum management techniques, such as spectrum sharing among coexistent networks.

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[1] Tawachi Nyasulu, "Hypergraph-based Modelling for Coexistence-Aware Channel Allocation", IEEE Dataport, 2024. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/ybr7-1728. Accessed: Apr. 24, 2024.
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Tawachi Nyasulu. (2024). Hypergraph-based Modelling for Coexistence-Aware Channel Allocation. IEEE Dataport. http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/ybr7-1728
Tawachi Nyasulu, 2024. Hypergraph-based Modelling for Coexistence-Aware Channel Allocation. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/ybr7-1728.
Tawachi Nyasulu. (2024). "Hypergraph-based Modelling for Coexistence-Aware Channel Allocation." Web.
1. Tawachi Nyasulu. Hypergraph-based Modelling for Coexistence-Aware Channel Allocation [Internet]. IEEE Dataport; 2024. Available from : http://dx.doi.org/10.21227/ybr7-1728
Tawachi Nyasulu. "Hypergraph-based Modelling for Coexistence-Aware Channel Allocation." doi: 10.21227/ybr7-1728