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A tree search method for iterative decoding of underdetermined multiuser systems

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2 Author(s)
Kind, A.P. ; Agere Syst. Australia, Melbourne, Vic. ; Grant, A.

Application of the turbo principle to multiuser decoding results in an exchange of probability distributions between two sets of constraints. Firstly, constraints imposed by the multiple-access channel, and secondly, individual constraints imposed by each users' error control code. A-posteriori probability computation for the first set of constraints is prohibitively complex for all but a small number of users. Several lower complexity approaches have been proposed in the literature. One class of methods is based on linear filtering (e.g. LMMSE). A more recent approach is to compute approximations to the posterior probabilities by marginalising over a subset of sequences (list detection). Most of the list detection methods are restricted to non-singular systems. In this paper, we introduce a transformation that permits application of standard tree-search methods to underdetermined systems. We find that the resulting tree-search based receiver outperforms existing methods

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Information Theory, 2005. ISIT 2005. Proceedings. International Symposium on

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4-9 Sept. 2005

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