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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE C 1998 Vol.-1 No.-1 P.

http://doi.org/10.1631/FITEE.2200220


Dynamic user-centric multi-dimensional resource allocation for a wide-area coverage signaling cell based on DQN


Author(s):  Zhou TONG, Na LI, Huimin ZHANG, Quan ZHAO, Yun ZHAO, Junshuai SUN, Guangyi LIU

Affiliation(s):  Future Research Lab, China Mobile Research Institute, Beijing 100032, China

Corresponding email(s):   tongzhou@chinamobile.com, linawx@chinamobile.com, zhanghuiminyjy@chinamobile.com

Key Words:  6G, Wide-area coverage signaling cell, Multi-dimensional resource allocation, DQN


Zhou TONG, Na LI, Huimin ZHANG, Quan ZHAO, Yun ZHAO, Junshuai SUN, Guangyi LIU. Dynamic user-centric multi-dimensional resource allocation for a wide-area coverage signaling cell based on DQN[J]. Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering, 1998, -1(-1): .

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Abstract: 
The rapid development of the communications industry has spawned more new services and applications. The sixth-generation (6G) network is faced with more stringent and diverse requirements. While ensuring performance requirements, such as high data rate and low latency, the problem of high energy consumption in the fifth-generation (5G) network has also become one of the problems to be solved in 6G. The wide-area coverage signaling cell technology conforms to the future development trend of radio access networks, and has the advantages of reducing network energy consumption and improving resource utilization. In wide-area coverage signaling cells, on-demand multidimensional resource allocation is an important technical means to ensure the ultimate performance requirements of users, and its effect will directly affect the efficiency of network resource utilization. Aiming at the core problem of multi-dimensional resource allocation in wide-area coverage signaling cells, this paper constructs a user-centric dynamic allocation model of wireless resources, and proposes a deep Q-learning (DQN)-based dynamic resource allocation algorithm. The algorithm can realize dynamic and flexible admission control and multi-dimensional resource allocation according to the data rate and latency demands of users. According to the simulation results, the proposed algorithm can effectively improve the average user experience on a long time scale, and ensure network users a high data rate and low energy consumption.

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