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Intelligent connected vehicles (ICVs) are usually expected to run a huge number of emerging smart applications (e.g., autonomous driving, safety early warning, natural language processing, etc.) for assisting both the drivers and passengers in vehicular environments. These kinds of applications typically require significant computing power to perform computation-intensive and latency-sensitive tasks generated by the vehicle sensors for low-latency response. However, the limited computationdoi:10.1109/ACCESS.2021.3071260 doaj:3c15b73f232c41a199e81c178ee3a34d fatcat:c5xvpfeh3zf5fgyzkpzmdkw3jy