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Extreme URLLC: Vision, Challenges, and Key Enablers

@article{Park2020ExtremeUV,
  title={Extreme URLLC: Vision, Challenges, and Key Enablers},
  author={Jihong Park and Sumudu Samarakoon and Hamid Shiri and Mohamed K. Abdel-Aziz and Takayuki Nishio and Anis Elgabli and Mehdi Bennis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2001.09683}
}
Notwithstanding the significant traction gained by ultra-reliable and low-latency communication (URLLC) in both academia and 3GPP standardization, fundamentals of URLLC remain elusive. Meanwhile, new immersive and high-stake control applications with much stricter reliability, latency and scalability requirements are posing unprecedented challenges in terms of system design and algorithmic solutions. This article aspires at providing a fresh and in-depth look into URLLC by first examining the… 

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