Metaverse for Wireless Systems: Vision, Enablers, Architecture, and Future Directions

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Teams: Kyung Hee University;University of Houston;Nanyang Technological University

Writers: Latif U. Khan, Zhu Han, Dusit Niyato, Ekram Hossain, Choong Seon Hong

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Abstract

Recently, significant research efforts have been initiated to enable the next-generation, namely, the sixth-generation (6G) wireless systems. In this article, we present a vision of metaverse towards effectively enabling the development of 6G wireless systems. A metaverse will use virtual representation (e.g., digital twin), digital avatars, and interactive experience technologies (e.g., extended reality) to assist analyses, optimizations, and operations of various wireless applications. Specifically, the metaverse can offer virtual wireless system operations through the digital twin that allows network designers, mobile developers, and telecommunications engineers to monitor, observe, analyze, and simulations their solutions collaboratively and virtually. We first introduce a general architecture for metaverse-based wireless systems. We discuss key driving applications, design trends, and key enablers of metaverse-based wireless systems. Finally, we present several open challenges and their potential solutions.

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