Cloud and Cache-Aided Wireless Networks: Fundamental Latency Trade-Offs

A cloud and cache-aided wireless network architecture is studied in which edge-nodes (ENs), such as base stations, are connected to a cloud processor via dedicated fronthaul links, while also being endowed with caches. Cloud processing enables the centralized implementation of cooperative transmission strategies at the ENs, albeit at the cost of an… (More)

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