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【导读】Facebook AI Research的研究员Marc'Aurelio Ranzato在斯坦福大学经典自然语言处理课程2020年CS224N做了报告《低资源机器翻译》,欢迎查看!

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A mega-constellation of low-altitude earth orbit (LEO) satellites (SATs) are envisaged to provide a global coverage SAT network in beyond fifth-generation (5G) cellular systems. LEO SAT networks exhibit extremely long link distances of many users under time-varying SAT network topology. This makes existing multiple access protocols, such as random access channel (RACH) based cellular protocol designed for fixed terrestrial network topology, ill-suited. To overcome this issue, in this paper, we propose a novel grant-free random access solution for LEO SAT networks, dubbed emergent random access channel protocol (eRACH). In stark contrast to existing model-based and standardized protocols, eRACH is a model-free approach that emerges through interaction with the non-stationary network environment, using multi-agent deep reinforcement learning (MADRL). Furthermore, by exploiting known SAT orbiting patterns, eRACH does not require central coordination or additional communication across users, while training convergence is stabilized through the regular orbiting patterns. Compared to RACH, we show from various simulations that our proposed eRACH yields 54.6% higher average network throughput with around two times lower average access delay while achieving 0.989 Jain's fairness index.

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A mega-constellation of low-altitude earth orbit (LEO) satellites (SATs) are envisaged to provide a global coverage SAT network in beyond fifth-generation (5G) cellular systems. LEO SAT networks exhibit extremely long link distances of many users under time-varying SAT network topology. This makes existing multiple access protocols, such as random access channel (RACH) based cellular protocol designed for fixed terrestrial network topology, ill-suited. To overcome this issue, in this paper, we propose a novel grant-free random access solution for LEO SAT networks, dubbed emergent random access channel protocol (eRACH). In stark contrast to existing model-based and standardized protocols, eRACH is a model-free approach that emerges through interaction with the non-stationary network environment, using multi-agent deep reinforcement learning (MADRL). Furthermore, by exploiting known SAT orbiting patterns, eRACH does not require central coordination or additional communication across users, while training convergence is stabilized through the regular orbiting patterns. Compared to RACH, we show from various simulations that our proposed eRACH yields 54.6% higher average network throughput with around two times lower average access delay while achieving 0.989 Jain's fairness index.

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