Decoding Delay Reduction in Broadcast Erasure Channels with Memory for Network Coding
This paper studies feedback based instantly decodable network coding with the aim of minimizing decoding delay per transmission over wireless broadcast erasure channels with memory. We model such channels with a Gilbert-Elliott two-state Markov model with good and bad states. We first present a weighted sum generalized instantly decodable network coding (G-IDNC) scheme, where the aim is to service a subset of receivers with expected good channel state. We then propose an improved variation of...[Show more]
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