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Coded caching: Discussing promises and challenges

Lampiris, Eleftherios

GDR ISIS Workshop "PHY-Aware Edge Caching in 5G: Convergence of Network and Information Theory in Cache-aided Wireless Networks", December 8, 2017, Paris, France

Coded Caching is a promising solution to significantly reduce network traffic related to delivery of pre-cached content. By intelligently placing part of the content at the users? caches in a pre-fetching phase, it allows, when the users? requests have been made, to serve many users at the same time by using unwanted cached content to remove interference. In this talk, we will focus on discussing the mechanics of Coded Caching and some of the most promising extensions of it. Moreover, we will, also, look at some of the challenges that currently constrain Coded Caching results.

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Titre:Coded caching: Discussing promises and challenges
Type:Talk
Langue:English
Ville:Paris
Pays:FRANCE
Date:
Département:Systèmes de Communication
Eurecom ref:5405
Copyright: © EURECOM. Personal use of this material is permitted. The definitive version of this paper was published in GDR ISIS Workshop "PHY-Aware Edge Caching in 5G: Convergence of Network and Information Theory in Cache-aided Wireless Networks", December 8, 2017, Paris, France and is available at :
Bibtex: @talk{EURECOM+5405, year = {2017}, title = {{C}oded caching: {D}iscussing promises and challenges}, author = {{L}ampiris, {E}leftherios}, number = {EURECOM+5405}, month = {12}, institution = {Eurecom} address = {{P}aris, {FRANCE}}, url = {http://www.eurecom.fr/publication/5405} }
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