Evaluating the Communication Efficiency in Federated Learning Algorithms

Muhammad Asad, Ahmed Moustafa, Takayuki Ito, Muhammad Aslam

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In the era of advanced technologies, mobile devices are equipped with computing and sensing capabilities that gather excessive amounts of data. These amounts of data are suitable for training different learning models. Cooperated with Deep Learning (DL) advancements, these learning models empower numerous useful applications, e.g., image processing, speech recognition, healthcare, vehicular network, and many more. Traditionally, Machine Learning (ML) approaches require data to be centralised in cloud-based data-centres. However, this data is often large in quantity and privacy-sensitive, preventing logging into these data-centres for training the learning models. In turn, this results in critical issues of high latency and communication inefficiency. Recently, in light of new privacy legislation in many countries, the concept of Federated Learning (FL) has been introduced. In FL, mobile users are empowered to learn a global model by aggregating their local models without sharing the privacy-sensitive data. Usually, these mobile users have slow network connections to the data-centre where the global model is maintained. Moreover, in a complicated and extensive scale network, heterogeneous devices with various energy constraints are involved. This raises the challenge of communication cost when implementing FL at a large scale. To this end, in this research, we begin with the fundamentals of FL, and then we highlight the recent FL algorithms and evaluate their communication efficiency with detailed comparisons. Furthermore, we propose a set of solutions to alleviate the existing FL problems from a communication perspective and a privacy perspective.
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Dynodwyr Gwrthrych Digidol (DOIs)
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 05 Mai 2021
DigwyddiadIEEE 24th International Conference of Computer Supported Work in Design - Dalian, Tsieina
Hyd: 05 Mai 202107 Mai 2021


CynhadleddIEEE 24th International Conference of Computer Supported Work in Design
Teitl crynoIEEE CSCWD 2021
Cyfnod05 Mai 202107 Mai 2021

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