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Recent years have seen proliferation in versatile mobile devices and an upsurge in the growth of data-consuming application services. Orthogonal multiple access (OMA) technologies in today's mobile systems fall inefficient in the presence of such massive connectivity and traffic demands. In this regards, non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) has been advocated by the research community to embrace unprecedented requirements. Current NOMA designs have been demonstrated to largely improvearXiv:1801.08291v1 fatcat:xtb7nlqzifflhonduxmakwiesi