David T.-H. Kao

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We study the capacity regions of two-user interference channels where transmitters base their transmission schemes on local views of the channel state. Under the local view model, each transmitter knows only a subset of the four channel gains, which may be mismatched from the other transmitter. We consider a set of seven local views, and find that for five(More)
—Dirty paper codes are a powerful tool for combating known interference. However, there is a significant difference between knowing the transmitted interference sequence and knowing the received interference sequence, especially when the channel modifying the interference is uncertain. We present an upper bound on the capacity of a compound vector dirty(More)
We consider the problem of allocating resources in large wireless networks in which multiple information flows must be accommodated. In particular, we seek a method for selecting schedules, routes, and power allocations for networks with terminals capable of user-cooperation at the signal level. To that end, we adopt a general information-theoretic(More)
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