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## Optimality of orthogonal access for one-dimensional convex cellular networks (2013)

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255 | Multi-cell MIMO cooperative networks: A new look at interference
- Gesbert, Hanly, et al.
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Citation Context ...bservation, note that one-dimensional topologies with convex connectivity, e.g., Wyner models [9], are commonly used in information theoretic studies as canonical representatives of cellular networks =-=[10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17]-=- in order to gain fundamental insights into cellular interference management principles. While the limitations of such models have been explored from a practical perspective [17], what our result show... |

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- Wyner
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Citation Context ... schemes. This observation is the main contribution of this work. To understand the significance of this observation, note that one-dimensional topologies with convex connectivity, e.g., Wyner models =-=[9]-=-, are commonly used in information theoretic studies as canonical representatives of cellular networks [10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17] in order to gain fundamental insights into cellular interference... |

104 | Information-theoretic considerations for symmetric, cellular, multiple-access fading channels
- Shamai, Wyner
- 1997
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Citation Context ...bservation, note that one-dimensional topologies with convex connectivity, e.g., Wyner models [9], are commonly used in information theoretic studies as canonical representatives of cellular networks =-=[10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17]-=- in order to gain fundamental insights into cellular interference management principles. While the limitations of such models have been explored from a practical perspective [17], what our result show... |

68 | Sum rate characterization of joint multiple cell-site processing
- Somekh, Zaidel, et al.
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Citation Context ...bservation, note that one-dimensional topologies with convex connectivity, e.g., Wyner models [9], are commonly used in information theoretic studies as canonical representatives of cellular networks =-=[10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17]-=- in order to gain fundamental insights into cellular interference management principles. While the limitations of such models have been explored from a practical perspective [17], what our result show... |

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Informed-source coding-on-demand (ISCOD) over broadcast channels
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- 1998
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Citation Context ...nd hexagonal cellular network topologies [1], settings with 5 or fewer messages [3], a sub-class of 6-cell topologies [4], all half-rate-feasible networks [5, 1], networks where the sum-DoF is only 1 =-=[6, 7, 1]-=-, and settings with only one-to-one alignment demands where the alignment graph contains no overlapping cycles [8]. Even when the optimal solutions are orthogonal, e.g,. TDMA schemes, they are guided ... |

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Uplink macro diversity of limited backhaul cellular network
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30 | Topological interference management through index coding
- Jafar
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Citation Context ...chemes assume too much channel state information at the transmitters (CSIT) to be considered practical. A complementary perspective, called topological interference management (TIM), is introduced in =-=[1]-=-, which studies the degrees of freedom (DoF) of partially connected wireless networks with only a knowledge of the network topology available to the transmitters. Essentially, TIM generalizes the idea... |

24 | On the accuracy of the Wyner model in cellular networks
- Xu, Zhang, et al.
- 2011
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16 | Bipartite index coding
- Tehrani, Dimakis, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...nd hexagonal cellular network topologies [1], settings with 5 or fewer messages [3], a sub-class of 6-cell topologies [4], all half-rate-feasible networks [5, 1], networks where the sum-DoF is only 1 =-=[6, 7, 1]-=-, and settings with only one-to-one alignment demands where the alignment graph contains no overlapping cycles [8]. Even when the optimal solutions are orthogonal, e.g,. TDMA schemes, they are guided ... |

9 | Index coding via linear programming
- Blasiak, Kleinberg, et al.
- 2011
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Citation Context ...ntidotes [2], symmetric linear, rectangular and hexagonal cellular network topologies [1], settings with 5 or fewer messages [3], a sub-class of 6-cell topologies [4], all half-rate-feasible networks =-=[5, 1]-=-, networks where the sum-DoF is only 1 [6, 7, 1], and settings with only one-to-one alignment demands where the alignment graph contains no overlapping cycles [8]. Even when the optimal solutions are ... |

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Interference networks with no csit: Impact of topology,” arXiv
- Naderializadeh, Avestimehr
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Citation Context ...ghboring interferers or neighboring antidotes [2], symmetric linear, rectangular and hexagonal cellular network topologies [1], settings with 5 or fewer messages [3], a sub-class of 6-cell topologies =-=[4]-=-, all half-rate-feasible networks [5, 1], networks where the sum-DoF is only 1 [6, 7, 1], and settings with only one-to-one alignment demands where the alignment graph contains no overlapping cycles [... |

7 | Index coding capacity: How far can one go with only shannon inequalities? arXiv preprint arXiv:1303.7000
- Sun, Jafar
- 2013
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Citation Context ...], all half-rate-feasible networks [5, 1], networks where the sum-DoF is only 1 [6, 7, 1], and settings with only one-to-one alignment demands where the alignment graph contains no overlapping cycles =-=[8]-=-. Even when the optimal solutions are orthogonal, e.g,. TDMA schemes, they are guided by interference alignment principles. For example, in the regular hexagonal cellular topology where each user is a... |

6 | Shitz), “Clustered local decoding for Wyner-type cellular models
- Levy, Shamai
- 2009
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6 | Wigger “Cognitive Wyner networks with clustered decoding,” Submitted to IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, available at http://arxiv.org/abs/1203.3659
- Lapidoth, Levy, et al.
- 2012
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Index Coding–An Interference Alignment Perspective
- Maleki, Cadambe, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...lls, in effect aligning interference in the direction of the sacrificed cell. Finding solutions to new classes of topologies for the index coding and TIM problems is currently an active research area =-=[5, 2, 1, 3, 4]-=-,. Evidently, topologies inspired from cellular wireless networks are of particular interest. In this work, we settle the TIM and index coding problems for such a class of topologies. 2 Main Result We... |

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Linear Precoding Bounds for Wyner-Type Cellular Network with Limited Base-Station Cooperation
- Bergel, Yellin, et al.
- 2012
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On the capacity region for index coding,” arXiv:1302.1601
- Arbabjolfaei, Bandemer, et al.
- 2013
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Citation Context ...e symmetric cellular settings with neighboring interferers or neighboring antidotes [2], symmetric linear, rectangular and hexagonal cellular network topologies [1], settings with 5 or fewer messages =-=[3]-=-, a sub-class of 6-cell topologies [4], all half-rate-feasible networks [5, 1], networks where the sum-DoF is only 1 [6, 7, 1], and settings with only one-to-one alignment demands where the alignment ... |