Ruchen Duan

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—A state-dependent Gaussian Z-interference channel model is investigated in the regime of high state power, in which transmitters 1 and 2 communicate with receivers 1 and 2, and only receiver 2 is interfered by transmitter 1's signal and a random state sequence. The state sequence is known noncausally only to transmitter 1, not to the corresponding(More)
A class of state-dependent parallel networks with a common state-cognitive helper, in which K transmitters wish to send K messages to their corresponding receivers over K state-corrupted parallel channels, and a helper who knows the state information noncausally wishes to assist these receivers to cancel state interference. Furthermore, the helper also has(More)
The state-dependent Gaussian interference channel (IC) and Z-IC are investigated, in which two receivers are corrupted by the same but differently scaled states. The state sequence is noncausally known at both transmitters, but not known at either receiver. Three interference regimes are studied, i.e., the very strong, strong and weak regimes. In the very(More)
The state-dependent Gaussian channel with a helper is studied, in which a transmitter communicates with a receiver via a state-corrupted channel. The state is not known to the transmitter nor to the receiver, but known to a helper noncausally, which then wishes to assist the receiver to cancel the state. Differently from previous work that characterized the(More)