Channel adaptive encoding and decoding strategies and rate regions for the three user cooperative multiple access channel
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CitationEdemen, C., Edemen, Ç., Kaya, O., & Kaya, O. (2008). Channel adaptive encoding and decoding strategies and rate regions for the three user cooperative multiple access channel. Paper presented at the 1-5. doi:10.1109/GLOCOM.2008.ECP.195
For a cooperative Gaussian multiple access channel (MAC), we propose a new channel adaptive three user cooperation strategy, based on a non-trivial extension of block Markov super-position encoding. We obtain the expressions for the resulting achievable rate region. We demonstrate through simulations that the participation of an extra user in cooperation provides significant rate improvements. The proposed strategy also improves upon our earlier results on the three user cooperative MAC , under certain channel conditions.
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