Yue Wu

Yue Wu
East China University of Science and Technology | ECUST · School of Information Science and Technology

PhD

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13 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
January 2017 - present
East China University of Science and Technology
Position
  • Lecturer
October 2012 - October 2016
The University of Sheffield
Position
  • PhD Student

Publications

Publications (19)
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Device-to-device (D2D) communication underlaying cellular networks is seen as a promising technology for future communication systems, especially when relays are employed to extend the range of D2D links. However, the mutual interference between the spectrum-sharing D2D links and conventional cellular (CC) links is still the dominating performance...
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Geo-tagged social media data is a key input to many smart city application areas, ranging from mapping consumer demand to understanding location dependent well-being. The sparsity in geo-tagged data, especially in certain cities, means that there is a lack of dynamic spatial point process models for social media data. Having statistically represent...
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In this paper, we propose to maximize the serviceability of user equipments (UEs) in fog radio access networks (F-RANs) by optimizing the downlink data scheduling for remote radio heads (RRHs) that support broadcast. To solve the optimization problem, we present a game-based heuristic algorithm. Evaluation results demonstrate the remarkable perform...
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Long Term Evolution-Unlicensed (LTE-U) technologies allow cellular users (CUs) to be served in unlicensed bands. However, how a CU properly chooses between licensed and unlicensed bands and how a CU can utilise the unlicensed bands without jeopardizing other unlicensed-band users, e.g., Wi-Fi users (WUs), remain as open problems. In this letter, we...
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The limited battery life of user equipment (UE) is always one of the key concerns of mobile users and a critical factor that could limit device-to-device (D2D) communications. In this work, considering that UEs may have different residual battery energy levels, we define the overall system survival time as the minimal expected battery lifetime of a...
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Device-to-device (D2D) communications as an underlay to cellular networks can potentially improve the system throughput and reduce transmission delays between users, which however are largely limited by the battery lifetime of user equipment (UE). In this paper, we define the overall system survival time of a mobile cell and maximize it by jointly...
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LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U) has recently attracted worldwide interest to meet the explosion in cellular traffic data. By using carrier aggregation (CA), licensed and unlicensed bands are integrated to enhance transmission capacity while maintaining reliable and predictable performance. As there may exist other conventional unlicensed band users, such as...
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Long‐Term Evolution–unlicensed (LTE‐U) has recently attracted worldwide interest to meet the explosion in cellular traffic data. By using carrier aggregation, licensed and unlicensed bands are integrated to enhance transmission capacity while maintaining reliable and predictable performance. As there may exist other conventional unlicensed band use...
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Storage quality-of-service (QoS) is a key issue for a storage cloud infrastructure. This paper presents QoSC, a QoS-aware indiscriminate volume Storage Cloud over the dynamic network, based on the Hadoop distributed file system. QoSC employs a data redundancy policy based on indiscriminate recovery volumes and a QoS-aware data placement strategy. W...
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Device-to-device (D2D) communications utilising licensed spectrum have been considered as a promising technology to improve cellular network spectral efficiency and offload local traffic from cellular base stations (BSs). In this paper, we develop Iunius: a peer-to-peer (P2P) system based on multi-hop D2D communications. The Iunius system optimises...
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In this paper, we tackle the problem of how to locate a single entity with an unknown location in a vast underwater search space. In underwater channels, traditional wave-based signals suffer from rapid distance-and time-dependent energy attenuation, leading to expensive and lengthy search missions. In view of this, we investigate two molecular mes...
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Satellites have largely been designed as application specific and isolated for the past decades. Though with certain benefits, it might lead to resource under utilization and limited satellite applications. As an emerging networking technology, software-defined networking (SDN) has recently been introduced into satellite networks. In this letter, w...
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In this article, we look into how the LTE network can efficiently evolve to cater for new data services by utilizing direct communications between mobile devices and extending the direct transmissions to the unlicensed bands, i.e., device-to-device (D2D) communications in conjunction with LTE-Unlicensed. In doing so, it provides an opportunity to s...
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In this letter, we provide a tractable theoretical framework for analysing the performance of device-to-device (D2D) communications in the presence of co-channel interference from other D2D and conventional cellular (CC) transmissions. In particular, we consider multi-hop D2D using the shortest-path-routing (SPR) algorithm in both the uplink (UL) a...
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In this paper we propose an optimal resource management scheme for device-to-device (D2D) communications utilising uplink resources in a Single Carrier Frequency Division Multiple Access (SC-FDMA) system, which is the uplink access scheme in the 3GPP-Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard. We consider an arbitrary number of conventional cellular (CC) U...
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In cellular networks, balancing the throughput among users is important to achieve a uniform Quality-of-Service (QoS). This can be accomplished using a variety of cross-layer techniques. In this paper, the authors investigate how the down-tilt of base-station (BS) antennas can be adjusted to maximize the user throughput fairness in a heterogeneous...
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A PCR-restriction fragment length polymorphism method for identification of cry1I-type genes from Bacillus thuringiensis was established by designing a pair of universal primers based on the conserved regions of the genes to amplify 1,548-bp cry1I-type gene fragments. Amplification products were digested with the Bsp119I and BanI enzymes, and four...

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Projects (3)
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Data Aware Wireless Networks for Internet of Everything (DAWN4IoE) is a research and innovation staff exchange (RISE) project focused on using data analytics to improve the deployment and operations of cellular networks. Internet of Everything (IoE) orchestrates the Internet of Things (IoT) into a coherent networked system. In this project, we exploit heterogeneous big data analytics to optimize both the deployment and operations of wireless networks. We design protocols that enable future Data Aware Wireless Networks (DAWN) for enabling a new age of IoE. The proposal has been developed to address the following open issues in data driven flexible wireless systems: (1) How to characterize user mobility and wireless data traffic patterns using heterogeneous data sets, (2) How to infer user Quality-of-Experience (QoE) from combining data sets, (3) How to use data analytics to assist network planning, (4) How to use data driven techniques to optimise the network using Self-Organising-Network (SON) algorithms, and (5) How to optimally cache data to accelerate and optimise data storage and transmission. EU Partners: University of Warwick (Coordinator), Ranplan, University of Sheffield, CNR-IEIIT, and WINGS-ICT. Non-EU Partners: University of Iowa, ECUST, Zhejiang University
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This project contains two aspects: offloading cellular traffic on unlicensed spectrum and the coexistence between LAA and WiFi. Markov Chain and point process are employed for modelling.
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I focus on enhancing the quality of service (QoS) and quality of ex- perience (QoE) of device-to-device (D2D) communications underlaying cellular networks. Specifically, the thesis strives to enhance the performance (e.g., through- put, QoE, energy efficiency etc.) of D2D communications while guaranteeing the QoS requirement of conventional cellular user equipments (UEs) in different scenarios. Two major methods are utilised: 1) apply different advanced wireless communications techniques to D2D communications, and 2) develop related optimal radio resource management (RRM) schemes for D2D communications. The thesis mainly consists of five research topics in D2D communications: 1. Optimisation of RRM schemes for D2D communications and its underlaying cellular networks. 2. Network coding (NC) in D2D communications. 3. Novel peer-to-peer (P2P) system based on D2D communications, including a new application layer P2P protocol and a joint design of routing algorithm and RRM for multi-hop D2D communications. 4. Geometrical analysis in D2D communications. 5. Big data analysis in D2D communications and social aware D2D communica- tions.