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NGMA-based intergrated communication and computing for 6G-enabled cognitive radio networks.

Liang, W., Zhang, J., Wang, D., Li, L. and Ng, S. X., 2023. NGMA-based intergrated communication and computing for 6G-enabled cognitive radio networks. IET Networks. (In Press)

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Arise from the unacquainted explosion of date and the urgent low latency requirements anticipated for sixth generation (6G) wireless networks, this article introduce the conventional resource allocation algorithms, including the game theory, artificial-intelligence (AI) methods and matching theory enabled framework, in which the multi-access edge computing (MEC) scheme collaborative with the cloud platform to serve the primary users (PUs) and cognitive users (CUs) for next generation mutiple access (NGMA). The proposed framework allows both the PUs and CUs to offload their computation tasks in a 6G-enabled cognitive radio (CR) networks, so called cloud assisted CR-MEC networks. In particular, the fundamentals of this conceived networks based on NGMA are first introduced. Hence, a number of methods based on the resource allocation algorithms are proposed in order to improve the quality of service for the mobile users, and reduce their transmission latency as well as the energy consumptions. Moreover, the motivations, challenges and representative models for these conventional algorithms are described for intergrated-intelligent communication and computing aided NGMA networks. Furthermore, the open issues and future research directions for this conceived networks are summarized.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Cognitive Radio; Multiple-access Edge Computing; Cloud Computing; NGMA; Spectrum management
Group:Faculty of Science & Technology
ID Code:38194
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:17 Mar 2023 15:40
Last Modified:17 Mar 2023 15:40


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