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Optimal designs for decentralized transmission with asymmetric channel state information

Abstract : The performance of wireless networks can be substantially enhanced by allowing cooperation among geographically distributed transmitters. However, in order to capitalize on transmitter cooperation in a scalable and cost-effective manner, future generation networks are expected to decentralize an increasing number of operations which were originally conceived for centrally controlled systems. On the physical layer side, decentralizing the transmission opens a Pandora's box of research problems dealing with the possibly limited sharing of crucial control information, e.g., about the channel state. Unfortunately, as of today, very little is known on how to optimally design decentralized transmission techniques operating under asymmetry of information. Therefore, for transmitter cooperation to find its rightful place within future wireless standards, it is imperative to place the understanding of these techniques on a more solid ground.
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Lorenzo Miretti. Optimal designs for decentralized transmission with asymmetric channel state information. Information Theory [cs.IT]. Sorbonne Université, 2021. English. ⟨NNT : 2021SORUS142⟩. ⟨tel-03482151⟩



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