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“…The problem was solved using a machine learning algorithm, which used echo state networks with transfer learning. Guong et al [20] solved a similar problem using distributed learning in mmWave-enabled wireless networks with mobile edge computing. Dang and Peng [21] solved a joint radio communication, caching and computing decision problems to maximize the average tolerant delay at both mobile VR devices and fog access points.…”
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“…The problem was solved using a machine learning algorithm, which used echo state networks with transfer learning. Guong et al [20] solved a similar problem using distributed learning in mmWave-enabled wireless networks with mobile edge computing. Dang and Peng [21] solved a joint radio communication, caching and computing decision problems to maximize the average tolerant delay at both mobile VR devices and fog access points.…”
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“…Confinement at home leads to increased distress and unrest. Immersive virtual reality supported by 5G (Guo et al, 2020;Saeed et al, 2020) can bring our social life to our homes and redefine social interactions, making it possible for people to have deeper and richer social connections without physically meeting up. This can also be adapted for education and the enjoyment of sports, where immersive experiences can make teaching more real for students or provide sports ground immersive experience to sports fans at home.…”
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“…Technically, this indicates that local rendering on today's mobile device hardware may not support untethered VR users' QoE requirements, i.e., 14 ms latency and 60 frames per second. Therefore, despite growing market penetration, today's high-end VR systems remain tethered [6].…”
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“…In general, the data rate for carrying an immersive VR video is typically over 25 Mbps. Under time-varying network environments, this metric is difficult to satisfy, especially in the face of data traffic congestion [6], [7].…”
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