Machine Intelligence at the Edge With Learning Centric Power Allocation

  title={Machine Intelligence at the Edge With Learning Centric Power Allocation},
  author={Shuai Wang and Yik-Chung Wu and Minghua Xia and Rui Wang and H. Vincent Poor},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
While machine-type communication (MTC) devices generate considerable amounts of data, they often cannot process the data due to limited energy and computational power. To empower MTC with intelligence, edge machine learning has been proposed. However, power allocation in this paradigm requires maximizing the learning performance instead of the communication throughput, for which the celebrated water-filling and max-min fairness algorithms become inefficient. To this end, this paper proposes… 

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