Discrete Memoryless Interference and Broadcast Channels With Confidential Messages: Secrecy Rate Regions


We study information-theoretic security for discrete memoryless interference and broadcast channels with independent confidential messages sent to two receivers. Confidential messages are transmitted to their respective receivers while ensuring mutual information-theoretic secrecy. That is, each receiver is kept in total ignorance with respect to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TIT.2008.921879

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