Wireless Resource Management in Intelligent Semantic Communication Networks


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The prosperity of artificial intelligence (AI) has laid a promising paradigm of communication system, i.e., intelligent semantic communication (ISC), where semantic contents, instead of traditional bit sequences, are coded by AI models for efficient communication. Due to the unique demand of background knowledge for semantic recovery, wireless resource management faces new challenges in ISC. In this paper, we address the user association (UA) and bandwidth allocation (BA) problems in an ISC-enabled heterogeneous network (ISC-HetNet). We first introduce the auxiliary knowledge base (KB) into the system model, and develop a new performance metric for the ISC-HetNet, named system throughput in message (STM). Joint optimization of UA and BA is then formulated with the aim of STM maximization subject to KB matching and wireless bandwidth constraints. To this end, we propose a two-stage solution, including a stochastic programming method in the first stage to obtain a deterministic objective with semantic confidence, and a heuristic algorithm in the second stage to reach the optimality of UA and BA. Numerical results show great superiority and reliability of our proposed solution on the STM performance when compared with two baseline algorithms.
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heuristic algorithm,stochastic programming,system throughput in message,user association problem,bandwidth allocation problem,STM maximization,STM performance,semantic confidence,wireless bandwidth constraints,auxiliary knowledge base,ISC-HetNet,ISC-enabled heterogeneous network,semantic recovery,AI models,semantic contents,communication system,artificial intelligence,intelligent semantic communication networks,wireless resource management
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