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Source Coding for a Simple Network with Receiver Side Information

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Source Coding for a Simple Network with Receiver Side Information
We consider the problem of source coding with receiver side information for the simple network proposed by R. Gray and A. Wyner in 1974. In this network, a transmitter must reliably transport the output of two correlated information sources to two receivers using three noiseless channels: a public channel which connects the transmitter to both receivers, and two private channels which connect the transmitter directly to each receiver. We extend Gray and Wyner's original problem by permitting side information to be present at each receiver. We derive inner and outer bounds for the achievable rate region and, for three special cases, we show that the outer bound is tight.
Roy Timo, Alexander J. Grant, Terence Chan, Gerhar
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where CORR
Authors Roy Timo, Alexander J. Grant, Terence Chan, Gerhard Kramer
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