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Overall 5G-MoNArch architecture and implications for resource elasticity

Bulakci, Ömer; Wei, Qing; Mannweiler, Christian; Gramaglia, Marco; Gutiérrez-Estévez, David; Shariat, Mehrdad; Arnold, Paul; Di Pietro, Nicola; Dandachi, Ghina; Tsolkas, Dimitris


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