Achievable Schemes and Performance Bounds for Centralized and Distributed Index Coding
Index coding studies the efficient broadcast problem where a server broadcasts multiple messages to a group of receivers with side information. Through exploiting the receiver side information, the amount of required communication from the server can be significantly reduced. Thanks to its basic yet highly nontrivial model, index coding has been recognized as a canonical problem in network information theory, which is fundamentally connected with many other problems such as network coding,...[Show more]
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