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Perturbed Hankel Determinants: Applications to the Information Theory of MIMO Wireless Communications

@article{Chen2010PerturbedHD,
  title={Perturbed Hankel Determinants: Applications to the Information Theory of MIMO Wireless Communications},
  author={Yang Chen and Matthew R. Mckay},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2010},
  volume={abs/1007.0496}
}
In this paper we compute two important information-theoretic quantities which arise in the application of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antenna wireless communication systems: the distribution of the mutual information of multi-antenna Gaussian channels, and the Gallager random coding upper bound on the error probability achievable by finite-length channel codes. It turns out that the mathematical problem underpinning both quantities is the computation of certain Hankel determinants… 

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