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Series in Communication Theory
Edited by Helmut Bölcskei
in Relay and Interference Channels.
1st edition 2011. X, 166 pages; 64,00.
Guaranteeing higher link reliability while not
sacrificing transmission rate is one of the fundamental goals of future wireless
communication systems. The increased availability of wireless transmission
devices has made wireless networks a reality of our day, and a fundamental
building block of tomorrows technology. However, theoretical foundations of
how to efficiently utilize the gains provided by wireless networks are not
well-understood. This work investigates the fundamental performance benefits
provided by wireless networks, and where possible, proposes strategies
and coding schemes to exploit these advantages. Specifically, the tradeoff
between transmission rate and link-reliability is analyzed for relay and
interference channels, and communication schemes that achieve the
optimum tradeoff are characterized.
Cemal Akcaba was
born in 1982 in Nicosia and studied electrical engineering at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology (MIT), where he received the degrees of B.Sc. and M.Eng
in 2003 and 2004 respectively. After graduating from MIT, he spent a year
at the Imperial College London as a researcher. In 2005, he joined the
Communication Technology Laboratory of ETH Zurich, Switzerland, as a research assistant. He graduated from ETH Zurich in 2009, receiving the Dr.sc. degree.
Keywords: han-kobayashi region, interference channel, relay channel, Diversity-multiplexing tradeoff (DMT), DMT-optimal code design criteria
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