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TIT
1998
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Comments on Broadcast Channels
—The key ideas in the theory of broadcast channels are illustrated by discussing some of the progress toward finding the capacity region. The capacity region is still unknown.
Thomas M. Cover
GLOBECOM
2009
IEEE
10 years 2 months ago
Stochastic Resource Allocation over Fading Multiple Access and Broadcast Channels
In this paper, we consider the optimal rate and power allocation that maximizes a general utility function of average user rates in a fading multiple-access or broadcast channel. B...
Na Gao, Xin Wang
ICS
1998
Tsinghua U.
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OPTNET: A Cost-effective Optical Network for Multiprocessors
In this paper we propose the OPTNET, a novel optical network and associated coherence protocol for scalable multiprocessors. The network divides its channels into broadcast and po...
Enrique V. Carrera, Ricardo Bianchini
ICDCS
2002
IEEE
10 years 3 months ago
Scheduling Real-Time Data Items In Multiple Channels And Multiple Receivers Environments
In the real-time environments, information is disseminated to clients with timing constraint. In this paper, we focus on the real time data scheduling problem in multiple broadcas...
Guanling Lee, Yi-Ning Pan, Arbee L. P. Chen
ICC
2009
IEEE
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10 years 5 months ago
Degrees of Freedom and Sum Rate Maximization for Two Mutually Interfering Broadcast Channels
— In this paper, we derive a precise expression of spatial degrees of freedom (DOF) for two mutually interfering broadcast channels (IFBC) as a function of arbitrary numbers of t...
Seokhwan Park, Inkyu Lee
GLOBECOM
2009
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Analysis of Degrees of Freedom of Interfering MISO Broadcast Channels
— In this paper, we provide a lower and upper bound for the number of degrees of freedom (DOF) of B multipleinput single-output (MISO) broadcast channels (BC) where each base sta...
Seokhwan Park, Inkyu Lee
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