Asymmetric Broadcast Channels
Broadcast channels have been introduced by Cover in a paper published in 1972  ; as an acknowledgement to the importance of this work he was granted the IEEE award in 1973. By now broadcast channels are firmly established as one of the most relevant channel networks for multi-terminal communication.
KeywordsMutual Information Capacity Region Broadcast Channel Private Rate Stochastic Matrice
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