Nov 12, 2020
- Metting ID:769 847 183
In recent years, researchers have investigated a wide range of topics related to mobile edge computing (MEC) from both the mobile computing and the wireless communications perspectives, such as MEC architecture and virtualization, computation offloading, task scheduling and resource management. In comparison, service caching has been severely under-investigated. Service caching refers to pre-storing the necessary programs for task computation at MEC servers. It effectively reduces the real time delay/bandwidth cost on acquiring and initializing service applications when computation tasks are offloaded to the MEC servers. The limited caching space at edge servers calls for careful design of caching placement to determine which programs to cache over time. This is in general a complicated problem that highly correlates with the computation offloading and resource allocation decisions. In this talk, I am going to introduce our recent work on MEC service caching in various scenarios.
About CIR2020: To boost the theoretical and technological innovation of artificial intelligence, promote academic exchanges and technological progress in fields related to crowd intelligence, AIRS is holding a series seminar named Crowd Intelligence Research Series Seminar, inviting 9 scholars and researchers from different universities and institutes to share their researches in the field of crowd intelligence.
Angela Yingjun Zhang
Professor of CUHK, IEEE Fellow, Guest Senior Research Scientist of AIRS Research Center on Crowd Intelligence
Angela Yingjun Zhang is a Professor with the Department on Information Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include optimization and learning for wireless communications and smart grid systems.
Angela is now a Member of the IEEE ComSoc Fellow Evaluation Standing Committee, an Editor-at-Large of IEEE Open Journal of the Communications Society, and a Steering Committee Member of IEEE SmartGridComm conference. Previously, she had served as the Chair of the Executive Editorial Committee of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, and many years on the editorial boards of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on Communications, and Wiley Journal on Security and Communications Networks. She was the Founding Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Smart Grid Communications. She has been on the organizing committees of major IEEE conferences, including ICC, GLOBECOM, SmartGridComm, VTC, CCNC, ICCC, and MASS. Angela is a Fellow of IEEE, a Fellow of IET, and a IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer.