Multiuser Information and Communications Theory



Zeit/Ort n.V.

Recommended: A basic course on information theory


Linear vs. nonlinear multiple-access, CDMA as a canoncal framework for any multiple-access schemes, optimum multiuser detection, linear multiuser detection, interference cancellation, rate region, multiuser source coding, time sharing, multiuser channel codes, multiple-access channel (MAC), capacity region, mutual information versus minimum-mean squared error, Gaussian MAC, power region, Gaussian vector MAC, source coding with side information, degraded broadcast channel, Gaussian broadcast-MAC duality, Gaussian vector broadcast channel, dirty-paper coding, physically degraded relay channel, scalar Gaussian relay channel, Gaussian interference channel, cut-set bound, network coding, fading channels, multiuser water filling, block fading, diversity, user diversity, capacity versus outage, near-far gain, dual antenna arrays