Joint Optimization of Radio and Computational Resources in Mobile Edge Computing

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Joint Optimization of Radio and Computational Resources in Mobile Edge Computing


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Joint Optimization of Radio and Computational Resources in Mobile Edge Computing

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In recent years, we have seen the emergence of new compute-intensive and delay-critical mobile applications, such as virtual/augmented reality, online gaming, ultra-high-definition video streaming and autonomous driving. Multi-access edge computing (MEC) has become a key technology in 5G networks to shift computational tasks from resource-limited mobile devices to nearby servers placed at the edge of the network. The resulting computation offloading mechanism enables peripheral mobile devices to save battery energy and makes simple devices, as in the Internet-of-Things scenario, able to run sophisticated applications.

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