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Slice scheduling with QoS-guarantee towards 5G

Schmidt, Robert; Chang, Chia-Yu; Nikaein, Navid

GLOBECOM 2019, IEEE Global Communications Conference, 9-13 December 2019, Waikoloa, HI, USA

Future mobile networks are supposed to handle a variety of services with different requirements. Network slicing is considered to be a key enabler to cope with the increasing complexity of these networks. This includes slicing of the radio resources in order to use them efficiently. In this paper, we propose a radio resource slicing system for three types of slices with specific radio resource/quality of service (QoS) requirements. It enables co-existence of (1) rate-based/efficiency-oriented and (2) low-latency slices, as well as (3) slices with fixed allocations. Slice scheduling is based on utility functions with a prioritybased resource allocation. Using simulations, we validate the applicability of the proposed system, and demonstrate that both a guaranteed throughput and low delay for different slices at the same time is possible. Our system outperforms existing slicing solutions in terms of delay requirement satisfaction and efficient resource utilization.

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Title:Slice scheduling with QoS-guarantee towards 5G
Department:Communication systems
Eurecom ref:5993
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Bibtex: @inproceedings{EURECOM+5993, doi = {}, year = {2019}, title = {{S}lice scheduling with {Q}o{S}-guarantee towards 5{G}}, author = {{S}chmidt, {R}obert and {C}hang, {C}hia-{Y}u and {N}ikaein, {N}avid}, booktitle = {{GLOBECOM} 2019, {IEEE} {G}lobal {C}ommunications {C}onference, 9-13 {D}ecember 2019, {W}aikoloa, {HI}, {USA}}, address = {{W}aikoloa, {UNITED} {STATES}}, month = {12}, url = {} }
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