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Zhu Han
University of Houston
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In this chapter, we will review some theories which will be used in the following chapters, including optimization theory, game theory, and machine learning.
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Using radio-frequency (RF) sensing techniques for human posture recognition has attracted growing interest due to its advantages of pervasiveness, contact-free observation, and privacy protection. Conventional RF sensing techniques are constrained by their radio environments, which limit the number of transmission channels to carry multi-dimensional information about human postures. Instead of passively adapting to the environment, in this paper, we design an RF sensing system for posture recogn...
Using radio-frequency (RF) sensing techniques for human posture recognition has attracted growing interest due to its advantages of pervasiveness, contact-free observation, and privacy protection. Conventional RF sensing techniques are constrained by their radio environments, which limit the number of transmission channels to carry multi-dimensional information about human postures. Instead of passively adapting to the environment, in this paper, we design an RF sensing system for posture recogn...
Reconfigurable intelligent surface~(RIS) has drawn a great attention worldwide as it can create favorable propagation conditions by controlling the phase shifts of the reflected signals at the surface to enhance the communication quality. However, the practical RIS only has limited phase shifts, which will lead to the performance degradation. In this letter, we evaluate the performance of an uplink RIS assisted communication system by giving an approximation of the achievable data rate, and inve...
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The small cells in millimeter wave (mmWave) have been utilized extensively for the fifth generation (5 G) mobile networks. And full-duplex (FD) communications become possible with the development of self-interference (SI) cancellation technology. In this paper, we focus on the optimal allocation of the sub-channels in the small cells deployed densely underlying the mmWave networks. In order to improve the resource utilization and network capacity, device-to-device (D2D) communications are adopte...
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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can be powerful Internet-of-Things components to execute sensing tasks over the next-generation cellular networks, which are generally referred to as the cellular Internet of UAVs. However, due to the high mobility of UAVs and the shadowing in the air-to-ground channels, UAVs operate in an environment with dynamics and uncertainties. Therefore, UAVs need to improve the quality of service (QoS) of sensing and communication without complete information, which makes ...
Recent years have witnessed a rapid proliferation of smart Internet of Things (IoT) devices. IoT devices with intelligence require the use of effective machine learning paradigms. Federated learning can be a promising solution for enabling IoT-based smart applications. In this paper, we present the primary design aspects for enabling federated learning at network edge. We model the incentive-based interaction between a global server and participating devices for federated learning via a Stackelb...
In network virtualization, mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) lease spectrum resources from mobile network operators (MNOs) and offer certain wireless services to end users. Each MVNO competes with others using optimal price and spectrum inventory so as to profit. However, the inventory of one MVNO is private information and maybe unknown to others, which makes pricing decisions difficult for MVNOs. In this work, we first study the pricing strategy given others’ inventory information. We m...
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