Graduate School and Research Center in Digital Sciences

Application of end-to-end deep learning in wireless communications systems

Lee, Woongsup; Jo, Ohyun; Kim, Minhoe

Deep learning is a potential paradigm changer for the design of wireless communications systems (WCS), from conventional handcrafted schemes based on sophisticated mathematical models with assumptions to autonomous schemes based on the end-to-end deep learning using a large number of data. In this article, we present a basic concept of the deep learning and its application to WCS by investigating the resource allocation (RA) scheme based on a deep neural network (DNN) where multiple goals with various constraints can be satisfied through the end-to-end deep learning. Especially, the optimality and feasibility of the DNN based RA are verified through simulation. Then, we discuss the technical challenges regarding the application of deep learning in WCS.

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Title:Application of end-to-end deep learning in wireless communications systems
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Language:English
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Department:Communication systems
Eurecom ref:5620
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Bibtex: @article{EURECOM+5620, year = {2018}, month = {08}, title = {{A}pplication of end-to-end deep learning in wireless communications systems}, author = {{L}ee, {W}oongsup and {J}o, {O}hyun and {K}im, {M}inhoe}, journal = {empty}, url = {http://www.eurecom.fr/publication/5620} }
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