Lattice codes for the compute-and-forward protocol: The flatness factor

  title={Lattice codes for the compute-and-forward protocol: The flatness factor},
  author={Jean-Claude Belfiore},
  journal={2011 IEEE Information Theory Workshop},
In a recent work, Nazer and Gastpar proposed the compute-and-forward strategy as a physical-layer network coding scheme. They described a code structure based on nested lattices whose algebraic structure makes the scheme reliable and efficient. In a more recent paper, Feng et al. introduced an algebraic approach to the lattice implementation. In this work, we consider some problems not addressed in already published works, mainly the ML decoding. 
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