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These lecture notes have been converted to a book titled Network Information Theory pub- lished recently by Cambridge University Press. I started a course on multiple user (network) information theory at. Stanford in and taught it 3 times. A. El Gamal (Stanford University). Lectures on NIT. Elements of Network Information Theory. Abbas El Gamal and Young-Han Kim. Stanford University and UC San Diego. Tutorial, ISIT Slides available at.
In figure 4 all inputs and outputs are again binary and the operation is defined from later results, that no point outside this triangle can be approached with codes of arbitrarily low error probability. In this channel, communication in the two directions might be called in-compatible. Forward communication is possible only if X2 is held at zero. Other-wise, all x1 letters are completely noisy. Conversely, backward communication is possible only if xi is held at zero.
Here again it is possible to physical two-way system; a pair of radio telephone stations transmit one bit per second in each direction with "push-to-talk" buttons so arranged that when the button is simultaneously, but the method is a bit more sophisticated.
Arbitrary binary digits may be fed in at xi and x2 but, to decode, the observed y must be corrected to compensate for A fourth simple example of a two-way channel, suggested the influence of the transmitted x.
Thus an observed yi by Blackwell, is the binary multiplying channel.
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Of course here, too, one may x1x2. The region of approachable rate pairs for this channel is obtain lower rates than the 1, 1 pair and again not known exactly, but we shall later find bounds on it. A third In this paper we will study the coding properties of two- example has inputs xi and x2 each from a ternary alphabet way channels. In particular, inner and outer bounds on the and outputs y, and Y2 each from a binary alphabet.
Suppose region of approachable rate pairs R1, R2 will be found, that the probabilities of different output pairs YI, Y2 , together with bounds relating to the rate at which zero error conditional on various input pairs xI, x2 , are given by table probability can be approached.
Certain topological properties I. Similarly, if x2 is held at 0, transmission in the 1 - 2 direction is possible at one bit per second.
By dividing the time for use of these two strategies in the ratio X to 1 - X it is possible to transmit in the two directions with III. Relay channel These information low questions have been answered by Van der Meulen : satisfactorily for graphical unicast single - source single - destination networks and for point-to-point communication Introduced the relay channel. In his Ph. References  C. Springer, Ahlswede, N. Cai, S. Li, and R. Li, R. Yeung, and N. Koetter and M.
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