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Capacity of Interference Channels With Partial Transmitter Cooperation

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3 Author(s)
Maric, I. ; Stanford Univ., Stanford ; Yates, R.D. ; Kramer, G.

Capacity regions are established for several two-sender, two-receiver channels with partial transmitter cooperation. First, the capacity regions are determined for compound multiple-access channels (MACs) with common information and compound MACs with conferencing. Next, two interference channel models are considered: an interference channel with common information (ICCI) and an interference channel with unidirectional cooperation (ICUC) in which the message sent by one of the encoders is known to the other encoder. The capacity regions of both of these channels are determined when there is strong interference, i.e., the interference is such that both receivers can decode all messages with no rate penalty. The resulting capacity regions coincide with the capacity region of the compound MAC with common information.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 10 )