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Federated Learning over Wireless IoT Networks with Optimized Communication and Resources

  title={Federated Learning over Wireless IoT Networks with Optimized Communication and Resources},
  author={Hao Chen and Shaocheng Huang and Deyou Zhang and Ming Xiao and Mikael Skoglund and H. Vincent Poor},
To leverage massive distributed data and computation resources, machine learning in the network edge is considered to be a promising technique especially for largescale model training. Federated learning (FL), as a paradigm of collaborative learning techniques, has obtained increasing research attention with the benefits of communication efficiency and improved data privacy. Due to the lossy communication channels and limited communication resources (e.g., bandwidth and power), it is of… 

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