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Title: Theoretical Results Update of Assessment on Feasibility, Achievability, and Limits
Authors: He, Jiguang
Yi, Na
Hou, Jiancao
He, Xin
Qian, Shen
Matsumoto, Tad
Wolf, Albrecht
Keywords: achievable rate region
chief executive officer (CEO)
lossy forwarding
outage probability
Shannon’s lossy source/channel separation theorem
Issue Date: Aug-2016
Publisher: EU FP7 RESCUE project
Abstract: Compared to the intermediate deliverable D1.2.1, additional results regarding the achievable rateregion and performance limit analyses for different toy scenarios (TSs) have been achieved, which are provided in this deliverable. For TS1, we investigate the impact of the line-of-sight component on outage probability with lossy forwarding strategy. Moreover, an improved selective decode-and-forward scheme with least square based symbol level filtering is proposed in order to improve the bit error rate performance of the relaying system.Regarding TS2, the lower bound of the Hamming distortion in the binary chief executive officer (CEO) problem is derived by minimizing the distortion function subject to the inequalities between the obtained tighter outer boundand the channel capacities. An extension to an arbitrary number of sources in the CEO problem is also studied. TS3 is modeled by Slepian-Wolf coding, and we achieve the upper bound of the outage probability by reducing and relaxing the rate constraints. Regarding TS4, we extend the orthogonal transmission to its non-orthogonalcounterpart and analyze the outage probability relying on the theorem of multiple access channel with a helper.
Language: eng
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/13793
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