Deep Learning Based Resource Allocation for Full-duplex Device-to-Device Communication

Xinxin Zhang, Lei Gao
Computer Science, Information Theory, Information Theory (cs.IT)
2024-01-10 00:00:00
Device-to-device (D2D) technology is one of the key research areas in 5G/6G networks, and full-duplex (FD) D2D will further enhance its spectral efficiency (SE). In recent years, deep learning approaches have shown remarkable performance in D2D resource allocation tasks. However, most schemes only model the channel state information (CSI) as an independent feature, neglecting the spatial relationships among multiple channels and users within the scenario. In this paper, we first design an objective function for FD D2D communication resource allocation, which aims to maximize the SE of D2D users while ensuring the minimal required SE of cellular users. Then, considering the complex CSI constituted by all the users in different channels as a three-dimensional vector, a centralized resource allocation model based on multi-dimensional spatial convolutional networks and attention mechanisms (SP-Conv-Att) is proposed. To alleviate the burden of base station, we develop two distributed models, Dist-Att and Dist-Att-Conv, to facilitate users to perform channel and power allocation locally, based on attention and multi-user convolutional networks respectively. Numerical results demonstrate that our models outperform traditional schemes and recent deep neural network models, significantly approximating the optimal solution computed by exhaustive algorithm with extremely low latency.
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