The explosion in mobile data traffic together with the ever-increasing expectations for higher quality of service call for the development of new AI algorithms for wireless network optimization. In this paper, we investigate how to learn policies that can automatically adjust the configuration parameters of every cell in the network in response to the changes in the user demand. Our solution combines existent methods for offline learning and adapts them in a principled way to overcome crucial challenges arising in this context. Empirical results suggest that our proposed method will achieve important performance gains when deployed in the real network while satisfying practical constraints on computational efficiency.
Miguel Suau (Delft University of Technology)
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