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Feedback capacity of the compound channel
 IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory
, 2009
"... Abstract—In this work, we find the capacity of a compound finitestate channel (FSC) with timeinvariant deterministic feedback. We consider the use of fixed length block codes over the compound channel. Our achievability result includes a proof of the existence of a universal decoder for the family ..."
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Abstract—In this work, we find the capacity of a compound finitestate channel (FSC) with timeinvariant deterministic feedback. We consider the use of fixed length block codes over the compound channel. Our achievability result includes a proof of the existence of a universal decoder
On compound channels with sideinformation at the transmitter
 IEEE TRANS. INF. THEORY
, 2006
"... Costa has proved that for noncausally known Gaussian interference at a power constrained transmitter communicating over an additive white Gaussian noise channel there is no capacity loss when compared to a scenario where interference is not present. For the case of a transmitter communicating over a ..."
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a quasistatic (i.e., nonergodic) fading channel, his method does not apply. In this correspondence, we derive upper and lower bounds on the capacity of compound channels with side information at the transmitter, first for finite alphabet channels and then, based on this result, for channels
The ZeroError Capacity of Compound Channels
, 2004
"... The compound channel is one of the simplest generalizations of the discrete memoryless channel (DMC). A compound channel C is defined by a set of DMC {p(xy, s):x ∈X,y ∈ Y,s ∈S}, that share their input alphabet X and output alphabet Y. S is an index set. All sets are assumed finite. Before transmiss ..."
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The compound channel is one of the simplest generalizations of the discrete memoryless channel (DMC). A compound channel C is defined by a set of DMC {p(xy, s):x ∈X,y ∈ Y,s ∈S}, that share their input alphabet X and output alphabet Y. S is an index set. All sets are assumed finite. Before
18.1 Compound Channels Figure 18.1. The Compound Channel
"... In this lecture, we studied two types of onetomany channels: (1) compound channels where the message is common to all the receivers (e.g., TV broadcast); (2) broadcast channels where each receiver wants an independent message (e.g., cellular downlink). Typically we refer to the second case when sa ..."
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In this lecture, we studied two types of onetomany channels: (1) compound channels where the message is common to all the receivers (e.g., TV broadcast); (2) broadcast channels where each receiver wants an independent message (e.g., cellular downlink). Typically we refer to the second case when
A General Formula for Compound Channel Capacity
"... Abstract—A general formula for the capacity of arbitrary compound channels, which are not necessarily ergodic, stationary or informationstable, is obtained using the information density approach. A direct (constructive) proof is given. To prove achievability, we generalize Feinstein Lemma to the c ..."
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Abstract—A general formula for the capacity of arbitrary compound channels, which are not necessarily ergodic, stationary or informationstable, is obtained using the information density approach. A direct (constructive) proof is given. To prove achievability, we generalize Feinstein Lemma
Compound channels, transition expectations and liftings
"... In Section 1, we introduce the notion of lifting as a generalization of the notion of compound state introduced in [21], [22] and we show that this notion allows an unified approach to the problems of quantum measurement and of signal transmission through quantum channels. The dual of a linear lifti ..."
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In Section 1, we introduce the notion of lifting as a generalization of the notion of compound state introduced in [21], [22] and we show that this notion allows an unified approach to the problems of quantum measurement and of signal transmission through quantum channels. The dual of a linear
1APPARENT SHEAR STRESS IN A COMPOUND CHANNEL
"... The flow structure of a compound channel is a complicated process due to the transfer of momentum between the deep main channel and the adjoining shallow floodplains. Experiments are carried out to measure the boundary shear around the wetted perimeter of a twostage compound channel and to quantify ..."
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The flow structure of a compound channel is a complicated process due to the transfer of momentum between the deep main channel and the adjoining shallow floodplains. Experiments are carried out to measure the boundary shear around the wetted perimeter of a twostage compound channel
LINEAR TRANSMITTER DESIGN FOR THE MISO COMPOUND CHANNEL WITH INTERFERENCE
"... We consider the problem of linear transmitter design in multiple input single output (MISO) compound channels with interference. The motivation for this channel model is communication in MISO broadcast channels with partial channel state information (CSI). Since the compound capacity is unknown f ..."
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We consider the problem of linear transmitter design in multiple input single output (MISO) compound channels with interference. The motivation for this channel model is communication in MISO broadcast channels with partial channel state information (CSI). Since the compound capacity is un
Specificity and mechanism of action of some commonly used protein kinase inhibitors
 Biochem. J
, 2000
"... The specificities of 28 commercially available compounds reported to be relatively selective inhibitors of particular serine� threoninespecific protein kinases have been examined against a large panel of protein kinases. The compounds KT 5720, Rottlerin and quercetin were found to inhibit many prot ..."
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The specificities of 28 commercially available compounds reported to be relatively selective inhibitors of particular serine� threoninespecific protein kinases have been examined against a large panel of protein kinases. The compounds KT 5720, Rottlerin and quercetin were found to inhibit many
UPSTREAM DISCHARGE DISTRIBUTION IN COMPOUNDCHANNEL FLUMES
, 2004
"... ABSTRACT: Common inlet design for compoundchannel flumes does not ensure a proper upstream discharge distribution. As the total head in the upstream tank is the same for both mainchannel and floodplain subsections, the velocity in the upstream section is also the same in both subsections. The floo ..."
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ABSTRACT: Common inlet design for compoundchannel flumes does not ensure a proper upstream discharge distribution. As the total head in the upstream tank is the same for both mainchannel and floodplain subsections, the velocity in the upstream section is also the same in both subsections
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