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How Crucial is it for 6G Networks to be Autonomous?

  title={How Crucial is it for 6G Networks to be Autonomous?},
  author={N. Adem and Ahmed Benfaid and Ramy Harib and Anas Alarabi},
The sixth generation (6G), unlike any previous generations, is envisioned by 2030 to connect everything. Moreover, in addition to the new use cases 6G is expected to support, it will need to provide a superior performance over 5G. The global connectivity, large-network dimensions, users heterogeneity, extremely-low power consumption, high-throughput, ultrareliability, efficient-network operation and maintenance, and lowlatency requirements to be met by future networks inevitably necessitate the… Expand

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