Error Correction for Differential Linear Network Coding in Slowly-Varying Networks

@article{Puchinger2015ErrorCF,
  title={Error Correction for Differential Linear Network Coding in Slowly-Varying Networks},
  author={Sven Puchinger and Michael Cyran and Robert F. H. Fischer and Martin Bossert and Johannes B. Huber},
  journal={CoRR},
  year={2015},
  volume={abs/1501.07033}
}
The topic of Network Coding (NC) is an emerging field of research in communication technology. It was introduced in [ACLY00] as a method of achieving the maximal throughput in a network. Due to the task of nodes in the network to randomly linear combine incoming messages over a finite field, the name Random Linear Network Coding (RLNC) was established. In [SKK08] a special form of rank-metric codes was proposed for error correction in RLNC networks. These rank-metric codes built up subspace… CONTINUE READING
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