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Feeling of Presence Maximization: mmWave-Enabled Virtual Reality Meets Deep Reinforcement Learning

  title={Feeling of Presence Maximization: mmWave-Enabled Virtual Reality Meets Deep Reinforcement Learning},
  author={Peng Yang and Tony Q. S. Quek and Jingxuan Chen and Chaoqun You and Xianbin Cao},
This paper investigates the problem of providing ultra-reliable and energy-efficient virtual reality (VR) experiences for wireless mobile users. To ensure reliable ultra-high-definition (UHD) video frame delivery to mobile users and enhance their immersive visual experiences, a coordinated multipoint (CoMP) transmission technique and millimeter wave (mmWave) communications are exploited. Owing to user movement and time-varying wireless channels, the wireless VR experience enhancement problem is… Expand

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