Resource Allocation in Massive Internet of Things-Edge Network with Optimal Path Planning and Scheduling
Although an Ultra Dense deployment is required for 5G services, it will be nearly impossible to achieve 60 service coverage with the dense deployments due to the even shorter transmission range. In light of 5G’s impressive technological advance, 5G and data centers are now capable of handling an increasing number of real-time and complicated computational tasks from Internet of Things (IoT) systems. This paper proposes an optimal mobile resource-sharing approach to confront this underlying limitation of 5G. In contrast to conventional algorithms, the designed optimal path planning and scheduling for mobile edge server (OPPSMES) is proposed that have the advantage of a synchronization among request being received and achieved lower delay and resource demand for as computing this allowed for the parallel processing of task and server in mobile condition. The OPPSMES includes two steps, i.e., path planning and optimal task scheduling, to improve efficiency. According to simulation outcomes, there is a significant increase in resource utilization and a decrease in average response time.