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Title: Study of retransmission protocol with compute-and-forward in multi-source multi-relay network
Authors: NGETH, Rithea
LIM, Yuto
KURKOSKI, Brian M.
TAN, Yasuo
Keywords: Compute-and-forward
retransmission scheme
nested lattice codes
Multi-source multi-relay network
Issue Date: 2018-09
Publisher: The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE)
Magazine name: Proceedings of the 2018 IEICE Society Conference
Start page: S-70
Abstract: A PNC approach, compute-and-forward (CF) based on nested lattice codes (NLC) [1], linearly combines the block signals (codewords) of multiple sources that transmit their data simultaneously to the common receiver. For the application of CF in multi-source multi-relay network (MSMRN), the destination needs to correctly receive sufficient linearly independent combined codewords forwarded from the relays to recover the original packets of all sources [1]. If not sufficient, the retransmissions from sources are needed. The work in [2] manages there transmissions by using the status of packet reception at the destinations. Our work aims to study the retrainsmission protocol in MSMRN where CF is employed by proposing are transmission scheme where in addition to transmitting new packet with expecting that the unrecovered previous packets will be decoded in future round, the fairness between sources is also considered.
Rights: Copyright (C) 2018 The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE). Rithea NGETH, Yuto LIM, Brian M. KURKOSKI, and Yasuo TAN, Proceedings of the 2018 IEICE Society Conference, 2018, S-70.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/15505
Material Type: publisher
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