Role of Deep Learning in Wireless Communications

@article{Yu2022RoleOD,
  title={Role of Deep Learning in Wireless Communications},
  author={Wei Yu and Foad Sohrabi and Tao Jiang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2210.02596}
}
—Traditional communication system design has al- ways been based on the paradigm of first establishing a mathematical model of the communication channel, then designing and optimizing the system according to the model. The advent of modern machine learning techniques, specifically deep neural networks, has opened up opportunities for data-driven system design and optimization. This article draws examples from the optimization of reconfigurable intelligent surface, distributed channel estimation… 

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