1st Workshop on Fog Computing-Based Radio Access Networks for 5G

Research Article

Cache-Enabled Device to Device Networks with Aloha Based Multimedia Delivery

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.13-7-2017.2270449,
        author={Xiaoshi Song and Chao Jia and Xile Shen and Ning Ye and Jiacheng Wang and Weimin Lei},
        title={Cache-Enabled Device to Device Networks with Aloha Based Multimedia Delivery},
        proceedings={1st Workshop on Fog Computing-Based Radio Access Networks for 5G},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={F-RAN 5G},
        year={2017},
        month={12},
        keywords={cache-enabled d2d networks aloha based multimedia delivery protocol optimal probabilistic caching strategy stochastic geometry successful content delivery probability},
        doi={10.4108/eai.13-7-2017.2270449}
    }
    
  • Xiaoshi Song
    Chao Jia
    Xile Shen
    Ning Ye
    Jiacheng Wang
    Weimin Lei
    Year: 2017
    Cache-Enabled Device to Device Networks with Aloha Based Multimedia Delivery
    F-RAN 5G
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.13-7-2017.2270449
Xiaoshi Song1,*, Chao Jia1, Xile Shen1, Ning Ye1, Jiacheng Wang1, Weimin Lei1
  • 1: Northeastern University
*Contact email: songxiaoshi@cse.neu.edu.cn

Abstract

In this paper, we study the performance of large-scale cache-enabled device to device (D2D) networks. The mobile helpers(MHs) and the user equipments(UEs) are modeled as two independent homogeneous Poisson pointprocess (HPPP). The UEs can get file from MHs which are assumed to have caching capabilities within the collaboration distance of D2D transmission. An Aloha type of multimedia delivery protocol is considered, under which the available MHs make independent decisions to launch the transmissions with probability pm. According to stochastic geometry, we derive and analyze the transmission probability of MHs . And then, the coverage probability of the randomly requested files is characterized. Next, we work out the successful content delivery probability of the cache-enabled D2D network. By applying the obtained results of successful content delivery probability, we optimize the probabilistic caching strategy of MHs. Particularly, under the proposed Aloha based multimedia delivery protocol, to maximize the successful content delivery probability of the cache-enabled D2D network, each MH should simply cache the most popular file. Simulations are included to demonstrate our analysis.