Yinlu Wang

Yinlu Wang
Southeast University (China) | SEU · National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory

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September 2015 - July 2017
Southeast University (China)
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  • PhD Student

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Reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) is a promising technology for future millimeter-wave (mmWave) communication systems. However, its potential benefits of adopting RIS for high-precision positioning in mmWave systems are still less understood. In this paper, we study a multiple-RIS-aided mmWave positioning system and derive the Cram$\rm{\acut...
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In this paper, we investigate the energy minimization problem of an unmanned-aerial-vehicle (UAV)-assisted data collection sensor network. We jointly optimize the trajectory of the UAV and the power consumption of the sensors for data uploading with the power and energy constraints of sensors. The trajectory design consists of two parts: the servin...
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In this paper, we study unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) assisted mobile edge computing (MEC) with the objective to optimize computation offloading with minimum UAV energy consumption. In the considered scenario, a UAV plays the role of an aerial cloudlet to collect and process the computation tasks offloaded by ground users. Given the service require...
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In this paper, we study unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) assisted mobile edge computing (MEC) with the objective to optimize computation offloading with minimum UAV energy consumption. In the considered scenario, a UAV plays the role of an aerial cloudlet to collect and process the computation tasks offloaded by ground users. Given the service require...
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Device‐to‐device (D2D) communications are exploited in this paper to assist remote user equipments (UEs) access the cellular network with reduced energy consumption. A power‐efficient relay selection criterion is proposed to guarantee that the power saved by D2D relaying access exceeds a given threshold. Then, the relay selection criterion is equiv...
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This letter investigates the joint power and channel allocation problem for device-to-device (D2D) underlaying cellular systems over Rician fading D2D channels. We aim at maximizing the sum rate of cellular users (CUEs) subject to the rate constraints for CUEs as well as the outage probability and latency constraints for D2D users (DUEs). The expre...
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This paper analyzes the ergodic capacity of a user-centric virtual cell (VC) dense network, where multiple access points (APs) form a VC for each user equipment (UE) and transmit data cooperatively over millimeter wave (mmWave) channels. Different from traditional microwave radio communications, blockage phenomena have an important effect on mmWave...
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This paper investigates multiuser detection for an uplink asynchronous machine-to-machine system with massive number of machine type communication devices (MTCDs). The goal is to detect the device activity, time delay, channel gain and transmission data for a grant-free three-phase access scheme where each MTCD first transmits its pilot sequence, t...
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In vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication under-laying cellular networks, interference between cellular users (CUEs) and V2V users (VUEs) can be severe. To address this issue, many studies focused on designing resource allocation schemes to mitigate uplink interference. Most of them investigated the instantaneous resource allocation. In this paper,...
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Full-duplex relay-assisted device-to-device (D2D) communication underlaying fifth generation cellular networks allow devices to exchange information directly and extend coverage via relay strategy. In this study, the authors consider such a scenario, where the D2D communications assisted by fixed-location full-duplex relays in interference existing...
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This paper analyzes the received power distribution of a generalized indoor visible light communication (VLC) system. The generalization includes: both ceiling-mounted and wall-mounted layouts are considered on the transmitting end to cover some special scenarios; a generally applicable sum-of-sine luminous intensity pattern (SSLIP) is used to fit...

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Resource allocation in D2D networks, especially those connected with vehicular communication, aimed at mitigating interference and improving system performance.
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Resource allocation and signal estimation