2021
DOI: 10.48550/arxiv.2112.10431
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Alejandro Ramírez-Arroyo,
Luz García,
Antonio Alex-Amor
et al.

Abstract: This article presents a novel application of the tdistributed Stochastic Neighbor Embedding (t-SNE) clustering algorithm to the telecommunication field. t-SNE is a dimensionality reduction (DR) algorithm that allows the visualization of large dataset into a 2D plot. We present the applicability of this algorithm in a communication channel dataset formed by several scenarios (anechoic, reverberation, indoor and outdoor), and by using six channel features. Applying this artificial intelligence (AI) technique, we… Show more

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“…Additionally, artificial intelligence (AI) has supposed a breakthrough in electromagnetics and electronics in solving challenging problems (scattering, radar, channel parameter estimation, microwave imaging, remote sensing, etc.) involving a large number of variables and design constraints [193][194][195][196][197]. In the near future, it is expected that AI techniques such as machine learning or deep neural networks coexist with the more traditional computational methods reviewed in this document.…”
Section: Future Trendsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additionally, artificial intelligence (AI) has supposed a breakthrough in electromagnetics and electronics in solving challenging problems (scattering, radar, channel parameter estimation, microwave imaging, remote sensing, etc.) involving a large number of variables and design constraints [193][194][195][196][197]. In the near future, it is expected that AI techniques such as machine learning or deep neural networks coexist with the more traditional computational methods reviewed in this document.…”
Section: Future Trendsmentioning
confidence: 99%