Due to its powerful nonlinear mapping and distribution processing capability, deep NN-based machine learning technology is being considered as a very promising tool to attack the big challenge in wireless communications and networks imposed by the explosively increasing demands in terms of capacity, coverage, latency, eﬃciency (power, frequency spectrum, and other resources), ﬂexibility, compatibility, quality of experience, and silicon convergence.
Mainly categorized into supervised learning, unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning, various machine learning (ML) algorithms can be used to provide better channel modeling and estimation in millimeter and terahertz bands; to select a more adaptive modulation (waveform, coding rate, bandwidth, and ﬁltering structure) in massive multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) technology; to design more eﬃcient front-end and radio-frequency processing (pre-distortion for power ampliﬁer compensation, beamforming conﬁguration, and crest-factor reduction); to deliver a better compromise in self-interference cancellation for full-duplex transmissions and device-to-device communications; and to oﬀer a more practical solution for intelligent network optimization, mobile edge computing, networking slicing, and radio resource management related to wireless big data, mission-critical communications, massive machine-type communications, and tactile Internet.
- Title: Machine Learning for Future Wireless Communications
- Length: 650 pages
- Edition: 1
- Publisher: Wiley
- Publication Date: 2020
- ISBN-10: 1119562252
- ISBN-13: 9781119562252