New Concepts in Multi-User Communication

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J.K. Skwirzynski
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 31, 1981 - Technology & Engineering - 699 pages
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Contents

Computer communication and data networks
1
EXTENSION OF INFORMATION THEORY TO MULTIUSER SYSTEMS
13
Recent coding theorems and converses for multiway channels Part I the broadcast channel 19761980
15
Multiple user information theory for the Gaussian channel
53
Applications of information theory to data communication channels
63
Coding techniques for multiple access communication channels
83
PANEL DISCUSSION Multiuser information theory
105
SIGNAL AND CHANNEL CODING ASPECTS OF MULTIUSER SYSTEMS
131
ALGORITHMS AND COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY
371
Communication network design and control algorithms
373
Computational complexity theory and communication network problems
407
Computational aspects of network reliability problems
427
PANEL DISCUSSION Routing control algorithms
449
MULTIUSER APPLICATION AREAS
479
Effects of specular multipath fading on spreadspectrum communications
481
Network synchronization techniques
507

Survey of channel coding for multiuser systems
133
Correlation properties of periodic and aperiodic sequences and applications to multiuser systems
161
Some combinatiorial aspects of spreadspectrum communication systems
199
PANEL DISCUSSION Pros and cons of spread spectrum for mobile Communication
213
COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
239
Topological and statistical theory of communication networks
241
Routing and flow control in data networks
273
Presentation analysis and verification of communication protocols
303
PANEL DISCUSSION Extension and evolution of communication networks
341
An engineering discipline for distributed protocol systems
537
Protocols of multiple access a survey and the IFFO protocols a case study
577
Blocking probability elements for a local access area
613
THE COMSAT COMMUNICATION LABORATORY SESSION
631
Bandwidthefficient modulation for multichannel telephone transmission via satellite
633
Capacity enhancement of FDMFDMAFM satellite circuits by compandors
663
Applications of cryptographic techniques to commercial digital satellite communications
677
LIST OF LECTURERS AND DELEGATES
697
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