Chiao-Yi Chen

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A low-complexity coding scheme is developed to achieve the rate region of maximum likelihood decoding for interference channels. As in the classical rate-splitting multiple access scheme by Grant, Rimoldi, Urbanke, and Whiting, the proposed coding scheme uses superposition of multiple codewords with successive cancellation decoding, which can be implemented(More)
Abstract Recently, the frequency-domain equalization (FDE) has been attracting much attention since it is an effective equalization technique for direct-sequence code division multiple access (DS-CDMA) signal transmission in a frequency-selective fading channel. In practical systems, the square-root Nyquist transmit and receive filters are used for the(More)
The sliding-window superposition coding scheme aims to mitigate intercell interference at the physical layer by achieving the simultaneous decoding performance with pointto-point channel codes, low-complexity decoding, and minimal coordination overhead. The associated sliding-window coded modulation (SWCM) scheme can be readily implemented using standard(More)
SWCM aims to mitigate the adverse effects of interference at the physical layer by tracking the optimal maximum likelihood decoding performance with low-complexity decoding and minimal coordination overhead. This article reviews the basic structure of the SWCM scheme built on the principles of network information theory, and discusses how it can be extended(More)
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