Suvarup Saha

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—Though the capacity of the 2-user Gaussian interference channel has long eluded information theorists, recent progress has been made by focussing on approximations with provable bounds. However, extensions to a general K-user network has proven to be non-obvious, in particular due to the role of interference alignment in these cases. In this paper, we look(More)
—We consider a model for information theoretic games on interference channels introduced in previous work. The players in these games are the users, who autonomously select their encoding and decoding strategy with the objective of maximizing their own rate. In previous work, a Nash equilibrium region for this game was defined and completely characterized(More)
—Recently, Berry-Tse introduced a model for information theoretic games on interference channels, which combines game theory and information theory to analyze the interaction of selfish users. The fundamental quantity in such games is the Nash equilibrium region which has been characterized in several specific interference channels. This paper uses the game(More)
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