Efficient Ring-topology Decentralized Federated Learning with Deep Generative Models for Industrial Artificial Intelligent

04/15/2021 ∙ by Zhao Wang, et al. ∙ 0

By leveraging deep learning based technologies, the data-driven based approaches have reached great success with the rapid increase of data generated of Industrial Indernet of Things(IIot). However, security and privacy concerns are obstacles for data providers in many sensitive data-driven industrial scenarios, such as healthcare and auto-driving. Many Federated Learning(FL) approaches have been proposed with DNNs for IIoT applications, these works still suffer from low usability of data due to data incompleteness, low quality, insufficient quantity, sensitivity, etc. Therefore, we propose a ring-topogy based decentralized federated learning(RDFL) scheme for Deep Generative Models(DGMs), where DGMs is a promising solution for solving the aforementioned data usability issues. Compare with existing IIoT FL works, our RDFL schemes provides communication efficiency and maintain training performance to boost DGMs in target IIoT tasks. A novel ring FL topology as well as a map-reduce based synchronizing method are designed in the proposed RDFL to improve decentralized FL performance and bandwidth utilization. In addition, InterPlanetary File System(IPFS) is introduced to further improve communication efficiency and FL security. Extensive experiments have been taken to demonstate the superiority of RDFL with either independent and identically distributed(IID) datasets or non-independent and identically distributed(Non-IID) datasets.



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