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In vehicular edge computing (VEC) system, some vehicles with surplus computing resources can provide computation task offloading opportunities for other vehicles or pedestrians. However, vehicular network is highly dynamic, with fast varying channel states and computation loads. These dynamics are difficult to model or to predict, but they have major impact on the quality of service (QoS) of task offloading, including delay performance and service reliability. Meanwhile, the computing resourcesarXiv:1807.05718v1 fatcat:bt576spo5jfyhnagmitept4ddq