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Swarm Intelligence for Next-Generation Wireless Networks: Recent Advances and Applications

  title={Swarm Intelligence for Next-Generation Wireless Networks: Recent Advances and Applications},
  author={Quoc-Viet Pham and Dinh C. Nguyen and Seyed Mohammad Mirjalili and Dinh Thai Hoang and Diep N. Nguyen and Pubudu N. Pathirana and Won-Joo Hwang},
Due to the proliferation of smart devices and emerging applications, many next-generation technologies have been paid for the development of wireless networks. Even though commercial 5G has just been widely deployed in some countries, there have been initial efforts from academia and industrial communities for 6G systems. In such a network, a very large number of devices and applications are emerged, along with heterogeneity of technologies, architectures, mobile data, etc., and optimizing such… Expand
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