Cooperative Semantic Communication: Multi-Task, Multi-User Network

Tutor: Ahmad Halimi Razlighi
Type of Thesis: Project (MSc), Master's thesis (MSc)
date of issue: 02/2024
Student: -
Status: available


There has been a growing interest in semantic and goal-oriented communication systems in recent years. This interest is mainly driven by two reasons: First, due to emerging applications such as autonomous driving, smart cities, and so on the amount of data being transmitted through the wireless network is increasing unprecedentedly which can possibly saturate the network capacity. Second, with the advancements in human-to-machine (H2M) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, there is no interest in following the current content-delivery type of communication. It is actually the extraction and delivery the task-relevant information that has received huge attention recently. Thus, by semantic communication we aim to make communication systems intelligent, meaning that it needs to understand the relevance, urgency, and meaning of the data traffic in conjunction with the underlying task.


The project aims at investigating a proposed split structure of semantic encoding in a multi-user network where users cooperate together to perform their individual tasks. The primary objectives include:

  • Implementing the proposed semantic encoder across diverse datasets
  • Examining new user integration within the network

Related Topics:

  • Task-Oriented Communication
  • Information Theory
  • Deep Neural Network (DNN)


  • Information Theory Background
  • Programming Skills (Python)
  • Basic Knowledge of Machine Learning
  • Being Self-Motivated and Committed

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