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Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels. II. Correlated sender's side information, correlated messages, and ambiguous transmission

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R. Ahlswede ; Fakultat fur Math., Bielefeld Univ., Germany ; N. Cai

For pt.I see ibid., p.22 (1997). We have shown previously how a memoryless correlated source (MCS) helps the transmission over an arbitrarily varying channel (AVC). For an arbitrarily varying multiple access channel (AMAC), defined by a set of stochastic matrices, the effect of the MCS is investigated. It is well-known that the dependency structure of a MCS may enlarge the achievable region of a MAC. The the question of whether we can transmit the outputs of a MCS at positive rates via some AVMAC satisfying the symmetrizability conditions is also addressed

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Information Theory. 1997. Proceedings., 1997 IEEE International Symposium on

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29 Jun-4 Jul 1997