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—Network planning is facing new and critical challenges due to ad-hoc deployment, unbalanced and drastically varying traffic demands, as well as limited backhaul and hardware resources in emerging small cell architectures. We discuss the application of graph theory to address the challenges. A clique based software-defined on-line network management(More)
—Interference alignment (IA) has evolved as a powerful technique in the information theoretic framework for achieving the optimal degrees of freedom of interference channel. In practical systems, the design of specific interference alignment schemes is subject to various criteria and constraints. In this paper, we propose novel transceiver schemes for the(More)
—Two-way relaying has demonstrated significant gain in spectral efficiency by applying network coding when a pair of source nodes exchange information via a relay node. This paper is concerned with the scenario where multiple pairs of users exchange information through a common relay node equipped with multiple antennas. We aim to design linear precoding at(More)
Properly designed precoders can significantly improve the spectral efficiency of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) relay systems. In this paper, we investigate joint source and relay precoding design based on the mean-square-error (MSE) criterion in MIMO two-way relay systems, where two multi-antenna source nodes exchange information via a multi-antenna(More)
— We propose a new differential modulation scheme for multiple-antenna systems based on square space-time block codes (STBC) when neither the transmitter nor the receiver knows channel state information. Compared with the known differential unitary space-time modulation (DUSTM), the proposed constellations generally have multiple amplitudes and do not have(More)
—We study physical layer multicasting in multicell networks where each base station, equipped with multiple antennas , transmits a common message using a single beamformer to multiple users in the same cell. We investigate two coordinated beamforming designs: the quality-of-service (QoS) beamforming and the max-min SINR (signal-to-interference-plus-noise(More)
Coding and modulation for multiple-antenna systems have gained much attention in wireless communications. This paper investigates a non-coherent trellis coded scheme based on differential unitary space-time modulation when neither the transmitter nor the receiver know the channel. In a time-varying flat Rayleigh fading environment, we derive differentially(More)
This paper presents a content-centric transmission design in a cloud radio access network (cloud RAN) by incorporating multicasting and caching. Users requesting a same content form a multicast group and are served by a same cluster of base stations (BSs) cooperatively. Each BS has a local cache and it acquires the requested contents either from its local(More)
Most existing work on adaptive allocation of subcarriers and power in multiuser orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) systems has focused on homogeneous traffic consisting solely of either delay-constrained data (guaranteed service) or non-delay-constrained data (best-effort service). In this paper, we investigate the resource allocation problem(More)
—In this letter, we study the robust beamforming problem for the multi-antenna wireless broadcasting system with simultaneous information and power transmission, under the assumption of imperfect channel state information (CSI) at the transmitter. Following the worst-case deterministic model, our objective is to maximize the worst-case harvested energy for(More)