RS-FCN 2018, 1st International Workshop on Resource Slicing for Future Clouds and Networks, in conjunction with IEEE INFOCOM 2018, April 16, 2018, Honolulu, HI, USA
Network slicing is a key enabler for the serviceoriented 5G vision, that aims to satisfy various per-service requirements. Unlike core network slicing, radio access network
(RAN) slicing is still at its infancy, with several works just starting to investigate the challenges and potentials to enable a mutli-tenant, multi-service RAN. One of the major challenges in RAN slicing is to provide different levels of resource isolation, through resource abstraction, virtualization, and splitting among different tenants/services, while at the same time providing multiplexing gains. To this end, in this work we propose a
detailed approach for radio resource virtualization, leveraging different resource abstraction types. Based on it, we formulate the problem of inter-slice resource partitioning and allocation, and propose an algorithm to efficiently tackle this problem. Finally, we provide simulation results that support the benefits of resource
abstraction and our proposed algorithm.
Systèmes de Communication
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