Special Issue "Application of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in Wireless Communications Systems"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 March 2021.
Interests: Deep learning; Wireless communications; Cognitive radio; Smart grid; Data science
In recent years, we have witnessed the rapid advance of wireless technologies, which includes fifth generation (5G) communication, fog networking, molecular communication, and millimeter wave communication. Compared to traditional wireless technologies, these new technologies will have diverse service requirements, e.g., extremely low delay, and complicated system models that are harder to properly manage with conventional approaches. Accordingly, a new research paradigm needs to be devised.
Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning (DL) technology have gained a lot of popularity due to their remarkable performance compared to traditional schemes, and they have begun to be applied in wireless communications. In particular, these data-driven approaches have the capability to change the paradigm of research, from the sophisticated mathematical model-based approach to a learning-based approach where the scheme is designed autonomously observing large amounts of data. Given that the AI- and DL-based schemes are more adaptable to the wireless environment, do not rely on the mathematically tractable system model, and show lower computational complexity during run-time, they are more appropriate for the recent wireless technologies, i.e., future wireless communication systems.
This Special Issue encourages the submission of high-quality, innovative, and original contributions covering contributions regarding future wireless communication systems, especially the application of AI and DL in wireless communication systems.
The list of possible topics includes but is not limited to:
- Challenges and design requirement for future wireless communication systems;
- Application of DL and AI for wireless communication systems;
- Evaluating the limitations of AI and DL in wireless communications;
- Big data for future wireless communication systems;
- Security for future wireless communication systems;
- Implementation of DL and AI technology for wireless communication.
Dr. Woongsup Lee
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- machine learning
- deep learning
- artificial intelligence
- future wireless communication systems