On the optimality of successive decoding in compress-and-forward relay schemes

@article{Wu2010OnTO,
  title={On the optimality of successive decoding in compress-and-forward relay schemes},
  author={Xiugang Wu and Liang-Liang Xie},
  journal={2010 48th Annual Allerton Conference on Communication, Control, and Computing (Allerton)},
  year={2010},
  pages={534-541}
}
In the classical compress-and-forward relay scheme developed by (Cover and El Gamal, 1979), the decoding process operates in a successive way: the destination first decodes the compressed observation of the relay, and then decodes the original message of the source. Recently, two modified compressand- forward relay schemes were proposed, and in both of them, the destination jointly decodes the compressed observation of the relay and the original message, instead of successively. Such a… CONTINUE READING
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