Toward Multi-Service Edge-Intelligence Paradigm: Temporal-Adaptive Prediction for Time-Critical Control over Wireless

  title={Toward Multi-Service Edge-Intelligence Paradigm: Temporal-Adaptive Prediction for Time-Critical Control over Wireless},
  author={Adnan Aijaz and Nan Jiang and Aftab Khan},
  journal={IEEE Internet of Things Magazine},
Time-critical control applications typically pose stringent connectivity requirements for communication networks. The imperfections associated with the wireless medium such as packet losses, synchronization errors, and varying delays have a detrimental effect on performance of real-time control, often with safety implications. This paper introduces multi-service edge-intelligence as a new paradigm for realizing time-critical control over wireless. It presents the concept of multi-service edge… 

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