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Title: Topics in network information theory
Keywords: Achievable rates, capacity, feedback, interference channels, relay channels.
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2008
Citation: JIANG JINHUA (2008-10-01). Topics in network information theory. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis studies a number of topics in network information theory. Four channelmodels in a wireless network, including the interference channel with commoninformation (ICC), the interference channel with degraded message sets (IC-DMS),the interference channel with perfect feedback (ICF), and the relay channel withgeneralized feedback, are investigated. Three major challenging issues in a wirelessnetwork, correlated sources, interference, and feedback, are involved in these models.New coding schemes are developed for each channel model, based on the existingcoding techniques: superposition coding, collaborative coding (also referred to asrate splitting), Gelb fand-Pinsker coding, decode-and-forward (DF), and compressand-forward (CF). Corresponding new achievable rates/rate regions are obtainedfor these channels.
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