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342 | Nested linear/lattice codes for structured multiterminal binning
- Zamir, Shamai, et al.
- 2002
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Citation Context ...oding scheme [17] is Gaussian and independent of the interference S, and from standard strong typicality arguments (see e.g., the appendix of [18]). Also, if the universal lattice precoding scheme of =-=[19]-=- is used instead of Costa’s scheme, it is well-known that the dithered modulo lattice precoded signal is Gaussian i.i.d. in the limit of large dimension for a sequence of shaping-good lattices. 4obser... |

291 | Wireless network information flow: A deterministic approach
- Avestimehr, Diggavi, et al.
- 2011
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Citation Context ... precoding). Furthermore, it is also remarkable that, under our framework, base-stations do not share neither messages nor quantized received signals (as in the Quantize-Remap and Forward paradigm of =-=[16]-=-), but quantized (dirty-paper) precoded signals. This paper is organized as follows. In Section II we will describe the successive DPC scheme that enables the corresponding network interference cancel... |

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Local base station cooperation via finite-capacity links for the uplink of simple cellular networks
- Simeone, Somekh, et al.
- 2009
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Citation Context ...g/coding schemes. Most works have focused on the setting where a central processor is connected to all the cooperating base-stations through orthogonal noiseless links of given capacity R0 (e.g., see =-=[3]-=-–[5]). This model is a special case of the general broadcast-relay channel [6] where a transmitter wishes to send independent ar X iv :1 40 7. 35 38 v1s[ cs .IT ]s14sJu l 2 01 4 1messages to multiple ... |

29 | Downlink multicell processing with limited-backhaul capacity - Simeone, Somekh, et al. - 2009 |

24 | A linear interference network with local side-information
- Lapidoth, Shamai
- 2007
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Citation Context ...ly task consists of converting the precoded digital signal generated by the central processor into an RF signal to be dirty-paper transmitted on the downlink [7]–[9]. A different approach is taken in =-=[10]-=-, [11] where local message sharing at the base-stations is considered for the linear Wyner model, which induces a cognitive interference channel with cognition at the transmitter, where cognition corr... |

23 | Joint source channel coding with side information using hybrid digital analog codes
- Wilson, Narayanan, et al.
- 2010
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Citation Context ...e X forming the auxiliary variable U = X + αS in Costa’s coding scheme [17] is Gaussian and independent of the interference S, and from standard strong typicality arguments (see e.g., the appendix of =-=[18]-=-). Also, if the universal lattice precoding scheme of [19] is used instead of Costa’s scheme, it is well-known that the dithered modulo lattice precoded signal is Gaussian i.i.d. in the limit of large... |

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Writing on dirty paper (corresp.),” Information Theory
- Costa
- 1983
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Citation Context ...ell-known that the dirty paper precoded signal can be treated as Gaussian iid. This follows from the fact that the random variable X forming the auxiliary variable U = X + αS in Costa’s coding scheme =-=[17]-=- is Gaussian and independent of the interference S, and from standard strong typicality arguments (see e.g., the appendix of [18]). Also, if the universal lattice precoding scheme of [19] is used inst... |

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Compute-and-forward strategies for cooperative distributed antenna systems,” Computing Research Repository (CoRR
- Hong, Caire
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Citation Context ...ding schemes. Most works have focused on the setting where a central processor is connected to all the cooperating base-stations through orthogonal noiseless links of given capacity R0 (e.g., see [3]–=-=[5]-=-). This model is a special case of the general broadcast-relay channel [6] where a transmitter wishes to send independent ar X iv :1 40 7. 35 38 v1s[ cs .IT ]s14sJu l 2 01 4 1messages to multiple user... |

10 | Approximately Optimal Wireless Broadcasting,”
- Kannan, Raja, et al.
- 2011
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Citation Context ...ssor is connected to all the cooperating base-stations through orthogonal noiseless links of given capacity R0 (e.g., see [3]–[5]). This model is a special case of the general broadcast-relay channel =-=[6]-=- where a transmitter wishes to send independent ar X iv :1 40 7. 35 38 v1s[ cs .IT ]s14sJu l 2 01 4 1messages to multiple users through a layer of relays (the base-stations) and where the first hop of... |

7 | Creating cloud base stations with TI’s KeyStone multicore architecture,” Texas Instruments White Paper - Flanagan - 2011 |

7 | Degrees of freedom (DoF) of locally connected interference channels with Coordinated Multi-Point (CoMP) transmission - Gamal, Annapureddy, et al. - 2012 |

6 | Wigger “Cognitive Wyner networks with clustered decoding,” Submitted to IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, available at http://arxiv.org/abs/1203.3659
- Lapidoth, Levy, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...k consists of converting the precoded digital signal generated by the central processor into an RF signal to be dirty-paper transmitted on the downlink [7]–[9]. A different approach is taken in [10], =-=[11]-=- where local message sharing at the base-stations is considered for the linear Wyner model, which induces a cognitive interference channel with cognition at the transmitter, where cognition correspond... |

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Cellular interference alignment
- Ntranos, Maddah-Ali, et al.
- 2014
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Citation Context ... IA Vasilis Ntranos†, Mohammad Ali Maddah-Ali∗, and Giuseppe Caire† †University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA ∗Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Holmdel, NJ, USA Abstract In our previous work =-=[1]-=-, [2] we considered the uplink of a hexagonal cellular network topology and showed that linear “one-shot” interference alignment (IA) schemes are able to achieve the optimal degrees of freedom (DoFs) ... |

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Interference Channels with CoMP: Degrees of Freedom, Message Assignment, and Fractional Reuse” submitted to
- Gamal, Annapureddy, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...Wyner model, which induces a cognitive interference channel with cognition at the transmitter, where cognition corresponds to message side information according to the fixed sharing pattern. Also, in =-=[12]-=-–[15] such setting is extended to the case where base-station an average backhaul rate constraint is imposed, which allows the time sharing between different message sharing patterns and overall the a... |

2 | Flexible backhaul design and degrees of freedom for linear interference networks
- Gamal, Veeravalli
- 2011
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Citation Context ... model, which induces a cognitive interference channel with cognition at the transmitter, where cognition corresponds to message side information according to the fixed sharing pattern. Also, in [12]–=-=[15]-=- such setting is extended to the case where base-station an average backhaul rate constraint is imposed, which allows the time sharing between different message sharing patterns and overall the achiev... |

1 | Cellular interference alignment: Omni-directional antennas and asymmetric configurations
- Ntranos, Maddah-Ali, et al.
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Citation Context ...asilis Ntranos†, Mohammad Ali Maddah-Ali∗, and Giuseppe Caire† †University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA ∗Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Holmdel, NJ, USA Abstract In our previous work [1], =-=[2]-=- we considered the uplink of a hexagonal cellular network topology and showed that linear “one-shot” interference alignment (IA) schemes are able to achieve the optimal degrees of freedom (DoFs) per u... |

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Light radio white paper 1
- Segel, Weldon
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Citation Context ...ns are just simple antenna heads, whose only task consists of converting the precoded digital signal generated by the central processor into an RF signal to be dirty-paper transmitted on the downlink =-=[7]-=-–[9]. A different approach is taken in [10], [11] where local message sharing at the base-stations is considered for the linear Wyner model, which induces a cognitive interference channel with cogniti... |