Resource Allocation Scheme in 5G Network Slices

Mohammed Dighriri, Ali Saeed Dayem Alfoudi, Gyu Myoung Lee, Thar Baker, Rubem Pereira

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5G mobile network is predictable to assist flexible requirements henceforth dynamically allocate network resources according to the demands. Network slicing, where network resources are assigned and packaged in a customize manner to set of users according to their particular requirements, is measured as a key standard to fulfil diversity of requirements. There will obviously be conflicting demands in an allocation of such slices, and the effective provisioning of network slicing poses numerous challenges. Indeed, network slicing has a twofold impact in terms of user/traffic prioritization as it dictates for the simultaneous management of the priority among different slices (i.e., inter-slice) and the priority among the users belonging to the same slice (i.e., intra-slice). In this paper, we propose a novel resource allocation scheme able to dynamically allocate network resources to different slices in order to achieve the satisfaction of the users while guaranteeing to meet the requirements of the slices they belong to.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2018 32nd International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications Workshops (WAINA)
Publication statusPublished - May 2018


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