Harbin Institute of Technology Advanced Communications Technologies Forum 2017
Title：Game theory for Big Data Processing
Date and Time: 11：30—13:00, Auguest 8, 2017
Location：ROOM 1013, BUILDING 2A, NO.2 YIKUANG STREET,
HARBIN, HEILONGJIANG, CHINA
Abstract: Modern communication networks are becoming highly virtualized with two-layer hierarchies, in which controllers at the upper layer with tasks to achieve ask a large number of agents at the lower layer to help realize big data processing. In this talk, we combine optimization approaches and game theory to address the tradeoff and convergence issues for incentive mechanism design in hierarchies. Specifically, we propose a multiple-leader multiple-follower (MLMF) game-based alternating direction method of multipliers (ADMM) that incentivizes the agents to perform the controllers’ tasks in order to satisfy the corresponding objectives for both controllers and agents. Both analytical and simulation results verify that the proposed method reaches a hierarchical social optimum and converges at a linear speed. More importantly, the convergence rate is independent of the network size, which indicates that the MLMF game-based ADMM can be used in a network with a very large size for big data processing.
Lingyang Song (S’03-M’06-SM’12) received his PhD from the University of York, UK, in 2007, where he received the K. M. Stott Prize for excellent research. He worked as a research fellow at the University of Oslo, Norway until rejoining Philips Research UK in March 2008. In May 2009, he joined the School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, Peking University, China, as a full professor. His main research interests include MIMO, cognitive and cooperative communications, security, and big data. Dr. Song wrote 2 text books, “Wireless Device-to-Device Communications and Networks” and “Full-Duplex Communications and Networks” published by Cambridge University Press, UK. He is the recipient of IEEE Leonard G. Abraham Prize in 2016 and IEEE Asia Pacific (AP) Young Researcher Award in 2012. He is currently on the Editorial Board of IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications. He is an IEEE distinguished lecturer since 2015.