GPU-Accelerated Machine Learning in Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access
Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) is an interesting technology that enables massive connectivity as required in future 5G and 6G networks. While purely linear processing already achieves good performance in NOMA systems, in certain scenarios, non-linear processing is mandatory to ensure accept-able performance. In this paper, we propose a neural network architecture that combines the advantages of both linear and non-linear processing. Its real-time detection performance is demonstrated by a highly efficient implementation on a graphics processing unit (GPU). Using real measurements in a laboratory environment, we show the superiority of our approach over conventional methods.
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