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An Unsupervised Deep Unfolding Framework for Robust Symbol Level Precoding

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posted on 20.07.2021, 01:59 by Abdullahi Mohammad, Christos Masouros, Yiannis Andreopoulos
Symbol Level Precoding (SLP) has attracted significant research interest due to its ability to exploit interference for energy-efficient transmission. This paper proposes an unsupervised deep neural network (DNN) based SLP framework. Instead of naively training a DNN architecture for SLP without considering the specifics of the optimization objective of the SLP domain, our proposal unfolds a power minimization SLP formulation based on the interior point method (IPM) proximal ‘log’ barrier function. Furthermore, we extend our proposal to a robust precoding design under channel state information (CSI) uncertainty. The results show that our proposed learning framework provides near-optimal performance while reducing the computational cost from O(n7.5) to O(n3 ) for the symmetrical system case where n = number of transmit antennas = number of users. This significant complexity reduction is also reflected in a proportional decrease in the proposed approach’s execution time compared to the SLP optimization-based solution.

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abdullahi.mohammad.16@ucl.ac.uk

Submitting Author's Institution

University College London

Submitting Author's Country

Nigeria