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Deep Reinforcement Learning for Online Computation Offloading in Wireless Powered Mobile-Edge Computing Networks

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DROO

Deep Reinforcement Learning for Online Computation Offloading in Wireless Powered Mobile-Edge Computing Networks

Python code to reproduce our DROO algorithm for Wireless-powered Mobile-Edge Computing [1], which uses the time-varying wireless channel gains as the input and generates the binary offloading decisions. It includes:

Cite this work

  1. L. Huang, S. Bi, and Y. J. Zhang, “Deep reinforcement learning for online computation offloading in wireless powered mobile-edge computing networks,” IEEE Trans. Mobile Compt., vol. 19, no. 11, pp. 2581-2593, November 2020.
@ARTICLE{huang2020DROO,  
author={Huang, Liang and Bi, Suzhi and Zhang, Ying-Jun Angela},  
journal={IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing},   
title={Deep Reinforcement Learning for Online Computation Offloading in Wireless Powered Mobile-Edge Computing Networks},   
year={2020},
month={November},
volume={19},  
number={11},  
pages={2581-2593},  
doi={10.1109/TMC.2019.2928811}
}

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Required packages

  • Tensorflow

  • numpy

  • scipy

How the code works

  • For DROO algorithm, run the file, main.py. If you code with Tenforflow 2 or PyTorch, run mainTF2.py or mainPyTorch.py, respectively. The original DROO algorithm is coded based on Tensorflow 1.x. If you are fresh to deep learning, please start with Tensorflow 2 or PyTorch, whose codes are much cleaner and easier to follow.

  • For more DROO demos:

    • Laternating-weight WDs, run the file, [demo_alternate_weights.py](demo_alternate_weights.
    • ON-OFF WDs, run the file, demo_on_off.py
    • Remember to respectively edit the import MemoryDNN code from
        from memory import MemoryDNN
      
      to
        from memoryTF2 import MemoryDNN
      
      or
        from memoryPyTorch import MemoryDNN
      
      if you are using Tensorflow 2 or PyTorch.

DROO is illustrated here for single-slot optimization. If you tend to apply DROO for multiple-slot continuous control problems, please refer to our LyDROO project.

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