Wireless Communications: Signal Processing Perspectives (Prentice Hall Signal Processing Series)
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It explains state-of-the-art design theories and techniques to readers and places emphasis on the fundamental properties of large-scale sensor networks.
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Vincent Poor. Ihler, O. In practice, however, these assumptions are unrealistic because many parameters have to be estimated, so it is often unclear how well the idealized models can capture the true behavior of real communication systems. As a result, in recent years a great deal of effort has been devoted to replacing many of the building blocks of the radio access network by few machine learning algorithms, with the the intent to reduce drastically the number of assumptions and the number of complex estimation techniques.
However, this reduction in model knowledge brings many technical challenges. In particular, in the physical layer, the wireless environment can be considered roughly constant only for few milliseconds, which can be all the time available for acquisition of training sets and for the training procedure.
As a result, computationally simple learning techniques that can cope with small training sets, or that are able to extract largely time-invariant features of the wireless signals so that traditional learning tools can be employed , have been in great demand. In this tutorial, we will review online machine learning algorithms for these tasks. The first part of the tutorial includes a mathematical introduction to machine learning and is based on two courses given to graduate students at the TU Berlin.
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The content includes topics like learning model, stochastic inequalities and concentration of measure, Markov chains, the concept of VC dimension, fundamentals of reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces and kernel-based learning, convex learning as well as regularization, dimensionality reduction and compressive sensing. We will complete this part with mathematical introduction to deep learning and deep reinforcement learning.
In the second part, we introduce online machine learning methods based on projections in Hilbert spaces that can be used to realize selected RAN functions. Meeting the latency requirements of 5G networks requires massive parallelization. Therefore we will also discuss how to parallelize and map these algorithms to GPU architectures to achieve orders-of-magnitude acceleration. We will complete the tutorial by reviewing recent results on the design of neural networks.
Our tutorial will also use findings of the ITU-T focus group on machine learning for 5G to discuss the impact of machine learning on future network architectures. He received the Dipl. Since , he has been a Full Professor for network information theory with TU Berlin and the head of the Wireless Communications and Networks department.
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