On edge caching in the presence of malicious users

@article{Gabry2016OnEC,
  title={On edge caching in the presence of malicious users},
  author={Frederic Gabry and Valerio Bioglio and Ingmar Land},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops (ICC)},
  year={2016},
  pages={278-283}
}
In this paper we investigate the problem of optimal cache placement in the presence of malicious mobile users in heterogeneous networks, where small-cell base stations are equipped with caches in order to reduce the overall backhaul load. In particular the malicious users aim at maximizing the congestion of files at the backhaul, i.e., at maximizing the average backhaul rate. For that adversarial model, we derive the achievable average backhaul rate of the heterogeneous network. Moreover, we… 

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