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The key concept beneath Multi-Access Edge Computing (MECs) is to place cloud resources in closer proximity to end-users, through the installation of small-scale cloud infrastructures at the network edge. In MEC environments, we identify two issues: 1) data about users' activities are not always available, and 2) the available virtual resource planning mechanisms (i.e., algorithms for the placement of Virtual Network Functions -VNFs) are not efficient enough to fulfill the QoS requirements anddoi:10.1109/wcnc.2019.8885875 dblp:conf/wcnc/LaghrissiTBP19 fatcat:pqb4lkvcdbbmlll37brjmxr7ti