Cooperative Multiple-Access Channels With Distributed State Information

@article{Miretti2021CooperativeMC,
  title={Cooperative Multiple-Access Channels With Distributed State Information},
  author={Lorenzo Miretti and Mari Kobayashi and D. Gesbert and Paul de Kerret},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Theory},
  year={2021},
  volume={67},
  pages={5185-5199}
}
This paper studies a memoryless state-dependent multiple access channel (MAC) where two transmitters wish to convey a message to a receiver under the assumption of causal and imperfect channel state information at transmitters (CSIT) and imperfect channel state information at receiver (CSIR). In order to emphasize the limitation of transmitter cooperation between physically distributed nodes, we focus on the so-called distributed CSIT assumption, i.e., where each transmitter has its individual… Expand

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