Overhead in communication systems as the cost of constraints

@inproceedings{Dunn2010OverheadIC,
  title={Overhead in communication systems as the cost of constraints},
  author={Brian P. Dunn},
  year={2010}
}
by Brian P. Dunn This dissertation develops a perspective for studying overhead in communication systems that contrasts the traditional viewpoint that overhead is the “nondata” portion of transmissions. By viewing overhead as the cost of constraints imposed on a system, information-theoretic techniques can be used to obtain fundamental limits on system performance. In principle, protocol overhead in practical implementations can then be benchmarked against these fundamental limits in order to… CONTINUE READING

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