The Arbitrarily Varying Relay Channel
AbstractWe study the arbitrarily varying relay channel, which models communication with relaying in the presence of an active adversary. We establish the cutset bound and partial decode-forward bound on the random code capacity. We further determine the random code capacity for special cases. Then, we consider conditions under which the deterministic code capacity is determined as well. In addition, we consider the arbitrarily varying Gaussian relay channel with sender frequency division under input and state constraints. We determine the random code capacity, and establish lower and upper bounds on the deterministic code capacity. Furthermore, we show that as opposed to previous relay models, the primitive relay channel has a different behavior compared to the non-primitive relay channel in the arbitrarily varying scenario. View Full-Text
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Pereg, U.; Steinberg, Y. The Arbitrarily Varying Relay Channel. Entropy 2019, 21, 516.
Pereg U, Steinberg Y. The Arbitrarily Varying Relay Channel. Entropy. 2019; 21(5):516.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pereg, Uzi; Steinberg, Yossef. 2019. "The Arbitrarily Varying Relay Channel." Entropy 21, no. 5: 516.
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