Zhu Han's research while affiliated with Kyung Hee University and other places

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Emerging intelligent transportation applications, such as accident reporting, lane change assistance, collision avoidance, and infotainment, will be based on diverse requirements (e.g., latency, reliability, quality of physical experience). To fulfill such requirements, there is a significant need to deploy a digital twin-based intelligent transpor...
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p>Integrating digital twins (DTs) and multi-access edge computing (MEC) is a promising technology that realizes edge intelligence in 6G, which has been recognized as the key enabler for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). In this paper, we explore a DT-assisted MEC system for the IIoT scenario where a DT server is created as a digital counterpart...
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p>Integrating digital twins (DTs) and multi-access edge computing (MEC) is a promising technology that realizes edge intelligence in 6G, which has been recognized as the key enabler for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). In this paper, we explore a DT-assisted MEC system for the IIoT scenario where a DT server is created as a digital counterpart...
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Integrating digital twins (DTs) and multi-access edge computing (MEC) is a promising technology that realizes edge intelligence in 6G, which has been recognized as the key enabler for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). In this paper, we explore a DT-assisted MEC system for the IIoT scenario where a DT server is created as a digital counterpart o...
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With the explosive growth of mobile data, the demand of high-speed railway (HSR) passengers for broadband wireless access services urgently needs the support of ultra-highspeed scenario broadband wireless communication. Millimeterwave (mmWave) can achieve high data transmission rates, but it is accompanied by high propagation loss and vulnerability...
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In the realm of wireless communications in 5G, 6G and beyond, deploying unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) has been an innovative approach to extend the coverage area due to its easy deployment. Moreover, reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) has also emerged as a new paradigm with the goals of enhancing the average sum-rate as well as energy efficie...
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For many applications envisioned for the Internet of Things (IoT), it is expected that the sensors will have very low costs and zero power, which can be satisfied by meta-material sensor based IoT, i.e., meta-IoT. As their constituent meta-materials can reflect wireless signals with environment-sensitive reflection coefficients, meta-IoT sensors ca...
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Recently, significant research efforts have been initiated to enable the next-generation, namely, the sixth-generation (6G) wireless systems. In this article, we present a vision of metaverse towards effectively enabling the development of 6G wireless systems. A metaverse will use virtual representation (e.g., digital twin), digital avatars, and in...
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With the rapid development of connecting massive devices to the Internet, especially for remote areas without cellular network infrastructures, space-air-ground integrated networks (SAGINs) emerge and offload computation-intensive tasks. In this paper, we consider a SAGIN, where multiple low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellites providing connections to the...
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With the explosive growth of vehicle applications, vehicular networks based on millimeter wave (mmWave) bands have attracted interests from both academia and industry. mmWave communications are able to utilize the huge available bandwidth to provide multiple Gbps transmission rates among vehicles. In this paper, we address the content distribution...
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The intelligent omni-surface (IOS) is a dynamic metasurface that has recently been proposed to achieve full-dimensional communications by realizing the dual function of anomalous reflection and anomalous refraction. Existing research works provide only simplified models for the reflection and refraction responses of the IOS, which do not explicitly...
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Automatic modulation classification (AMC) using the Deep Neural Network (DNN) approach outperforms the traditional classification techniques, even in the presence of challenging wireless channel environments. However, the adversarial attacks cause the loss of accuracy for the DNN-based AMC by injecting a well-designed perturbation to the wireless c...
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Today very few deep learning-based mobile augmented reality (MAR) applications are applied in mobile devices because they are significantly energy-guzzling. In this paper, we design an edge-based energy-aware MAR system that enables MAR devices to dynamically change their configurations, such as CPU frequency, computation model size, and image offl...
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Reconfigurable intelligent surface (RIS) has received increasing attention due to its capability of extending cell coverage by reflecting signals toward receivers. This paper considers a RIS-assisted high-speed train (HST) communication system to improve the coverage probability. We derive the closed-form expression of coverage probability. Moreove...
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Next-generation networks need to meet ubiquitous and high data-rate demand. Therefore, this paper considers the throughput and trajectory optimization of terahertz (THz)-enabled unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the sixth-generation (6G) communication networks. In the considered scenario, multiple UAVs must provide on-demand terabits per second (T...
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In this letter, we consider a high altitude platform (HAP) system with perturbation caused by inevitable short-term airflow. However, such a HAP perturbation will lead to a decrease in the Quality-of-Service (QoS). To address this issue, we maximize the system sum-rate by jointly optimizing the location of HAP and the beamformer in the presence of...
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Terahertz (THz) communication has the promise of enabling ultra-high data speeds in the sixth-generation (6G) wireless networks. Meanwhile, an intelligent reflecting surface (IRS) may influence incident electromagnetic wave propagation by changing the phase shifts with passive reflecting components. It can enhance spectrum efficiency and coverage c...
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In this paper, we attempt to deal with the routing problem in a cognitive unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) swarm (CU-SWARM), which applies the cognitive radio into a swarm of UAVs within a three-hierarchical aerial-ground integrated network architecture for emergency communications. In particular, the flexibly converged architecture utilizes a UAV swa...
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This paper studies the routing problem in a cognitive unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) swarm (CU-SWARM), which employs the cognitive radio into a swarm of UAVs within a three-hierarchical aerial-ground integrated network architecture for emergency communications. In particular, the flexibly converged architecture utilizes a UAV swarm and a high-altitu...
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In this paper, we attempt to deal with the routing problem in a cognitive unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) swarm (CU-SWARM), which applies the cognitive radio into a swarm of UAVs within a three-hierarchical aerial-ground integrated network architecture for emergency communications. In particular, the flexibly converged architecture utilizes a UAV swa...
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We consider a downlink multi-user scenario and investigate the use of reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RISs) to maximize the dirty-paper-coding (DPC) sum rate of the RIS-assisted broadcast channel. Different from prior works, which maximize the rate achievable by linear precoders, we assume a capacity-achieving DPC scheme is employed at the tra...
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As a widely used localization and sensing technique, radars will play an important role in future wireless networks. However, the wireless channels between the radar and the targets are passively adopted by traditional radars, which limits the performance of target detection. To address this issue, we propose to use the reconfigurable intelligent s...
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Motivated by the advancing computational capacity of distributed end-user equipments (UEs), as well as the increasing concerns about sharing private data, there has been considerable recent interest in machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) that can be processed on on distributed UEs. Specifically, in this paradigm, parts of an ML p...
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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have gained wide research interests due to their technological advancement and high mobility. The UAVs are equipped with increasingly advanced capabilities to run computationally intensive applications enabled by machine learning techniques. However, because of both energy and computation constraints, the UAVs face i...
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Next-generation networks need to meet ubiquitous and high data-rate demand. Therefore, this paper considers the throughput and trajectory optimization of terahertz (THz)-enabled unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the sixth-generation (6G) communication networks. In the considered scenario, multiple UAVs must provide on-demand terabits per second (T...
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Non-terrestrial networks (NTN), encompassing space and air platforms, are a key component of the upcoming sixth-generation (6G) cellular network. Meanwhile, maritime network traffic has grown significantly in recent years due to sea transportation used for national defense, research, recreational activities, domestic and international trade. In thi...
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Future wireless services must be focused on improving the quality of life by enabling various applications, such as extended reality, brain-computer interaction, and healthcare. These applications have diverse performance requirements (e.g., user-defined quality of experience metrics, latency, and reliability) that are challenging to be fulfilled b...
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The continuous expanded scale of the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) leads to IIoT equipments generating massive amounts of user data every moment. According to the different requirement of end users, these data usually have high heterogeneity and privacy, while most of users are reluctant to expose them to the public view. How to manage these...
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In future cellular systems, wireless localization and sensing functions will be built-in for specific applications, e.g., navigation, transportation, and healthcare, and to support flexible and seamless connectivity. Driven by this trend, the need rises for fine-resolution sensing solutions and cm-level localization accuracy, while the accuracy of...
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Recently, the applications of deep neural network (DNN) have been very prominent in many fields such as computer vision (CV) and natural language processing (NLP) due to its superior feature extraction performance. However, the high-dimension parameter model and large-scale mathematical calculation restrict the execution efficiency, especially for...
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Building upon the concept of edge computing (EC), a distributed EC market requires decentralized and verified transaction management to trade computing resources. Towards this goal, we study a blockchain-aided EC market wherein each data service operator (DSO) rents a group of edge computing nodes (ECNs) and leases the ECNs to the user terminals (U...
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This letter investigates physical layer security in intelligent reflecting surface (IRS)-aided visible light communication (VLC). Under the point source assumption, we first elaborate the system model in the scenario with multiple legitimate users and one eavesdropper, where the secrecy rate maximization problem is transformed into an assignment pr...