Optimization of multitask parallel mobile edge computing strategy based on deep learning architecture

  • Zongkai Liu
  • Xiaoqiang YangEmail author
  • Jinxing Shen


As a mainstream computing and storage strategy for mobile communications, Internet of Things and large data applications, mobile edge computing strategy mainly benefits from the deployment and allocation of small base stations. Mobile edge computing mainly helps users to complete complex, intensive and sensitive computing tasks. However, the algorithm has many problems in practical application, such as complex user needs, complex user mobility, numerous services and applications. Therefore, under the above background, it is of great significance to solve the computational pressure of current mobile edge algorithm and optimize its algorithm architecture. This paper creatively proposes a deep learning architecture based on tightly connected network, and transplants it into mobile edge algorithm to realize the payload sharing process of edge computing, so as to establish an efficient network model. At the same time, we creatively propose a multi-task parallel scheduling algorithm, which realizes the mobile edge algorithm in the face of complex computing and algorithm efficiency. Finally, the above algorithms are simulated and tested. The experimental results show that under the same task, the time consumed by the proposed algorithm is 3.5–4, while the time consumed by the traditional algorithm is 4.5–8, and the corresponding time is standardized time, so the practice shows that the algorithm has obvious overall efficiency advantages.


Deep learning Multitask parallel processing architecture Mobile edge computing Network model Loading technology 



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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Army Engineering University of PLANanjingChina

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