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Incentive Mechanism Design for Resource Sharing in Collaborative Edge Learning

@article{Lim2020IncentiveMD,
  title={Incentive Mechanism Design for Resource Sharing in Collaborative Edge Learning},
  author={Wei Yang Bryan Lim and Jer Shyuan Ng and Zehui Xiong and Dusit Tao Niyato and Cyril Leung and Chunyan Miao and Qiang Yang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.00511}
}
In 5G and Beyond networks, Artificial Intelligence applications are expected to be increasingly ubiquitous. This necessitates a paradigm shift from the current cloud-centric model training approach to the Edge Computing based collaborative learning scheme known as edge learning, in which model training is executed at the edge of the network. In this article, we first introduce the principles and technologies of collaborative edge learning. Then, we establish that a successful, scalable… 

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