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— The problem of causal transmission of a memo-ryless Gaussian source over a two-hop memoryless Gaussian relay channel is considered. The source and the relay encoders have average transmit power constraints, and the performance criterion is mean squared distortion. The main contribution of this paper is to show that unlike in the case of a point-to-point(More)
—This paper considers joint transceiver design and power control for K-user multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) interference networks. Each source intends to communicate with its corresponding destination at a fixed data rate. Only local channel side information (i.e. knowledge related to the channels directly connected to a terminal) is available at each(More)
—The problem of remotely stabilizing a noisy linear time invariant plant over a Gaussian relay network is addressed. The network is comprised of a sensor node, a group of relay nodes and a remote controller. The sensor and the relay nodes operate subject to an average transmit power constraint and they can cooperate to communicate the observations of the(More)
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—We study the problem of optimal design of relay mappings for the Gaussian relay channel in order to maximize the reliable transmission rate. We consider both Gaussian and modulation constrained signaling at the source. To optimize the relay mapping, we use an iterative integral equation as a necessary condition for optimality. The optimized relay mappings(More)
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