N-user trellis coding for a class of multiple-access channels

  title={N-user trellis coding for a class of multiple-access channels},
  author={Pierre R. Chevillat},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Information Theory},
A simple proof using random partitions and typicality is given for Marton’s coding theorem for broadcast channels. In [l] Marton established an achievable-rate region for the discrete memoryless broadcast channel (DMBC). Her proof uses a random coding method which is a combination of the coding techniques of Bergmans [2], Cover [3], and van der Meulen [4], together with the random coding technique used to prove source coding theorems in rate-distortion theory. Her theorem is a generalization of… CONTINUE READING
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