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The Shannon Capacity of a union
 Combinatorica
, 1998
"... For an undirected graph G = (V; E), let G n denote the graph whose vertex set is V n in which two distinct vertices (u 1 ; u 2 ; : : : ; un ) and (v 1 ; v 2 ; : : : ; v n ) are adjacent iff for all i between 1 and n either u i = v i or u i v i 2 E. The Shannon capacity c(G) of G is the limit li ..."
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For an undirected graph G = (V; E), let G n denote the graph whose vertex set is V n in which two distinct vertices (u 1 ; u 2 ; : : : ; un ) and (v 1 ; v 2 ; : : : ; v n ) are adjacent iff for all i between 1 and n either u i = v i or u i v i 2 E. The Shannon capacity c(G) of G is the limit
ON THE SHANNON CAPACITY OF DNA DATA EMBEDDING
"... This paper firstly gives a brief overview of information embedding in deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) sequences and its applications. DNA data embedding can be considered as a particular case of communications with or without side information, depending on the use of coding or noncoding DNA sequences, ..."
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, respectively. Although several DNA data embedding methods have been proposed over the last decade, it is still an open question to determine the maximum amount of information that can theoretically be embedded —that is, its Shannon capacity. This is the main question tackled in this paper. Index Terms — Data
Improved lower bound on the Shannon capacity of . . .
, 2000
"... An independent set with 108 vertices in the strong product of four 7cycles (C7 2 \Theta C7 2 \Theta C7 2 \Theta C7 ) is given. This improves the best known lower bound for the Shannon capacity of the graph C7 which is the zeroerror capacity of the corresponding noisy channel. The search was done b ..."
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An independent set with 108 vertices in the strong product of four 7cycles (C7 2 \Theta C7 2 \Theta C7 2 \Theta C7 ) is given. This improves the best known lower bound for the Shannon capacity of the graph C7 which is the zeroerror capacity of the corresponding noisy channel. The search was done
Some remarks on the Shannon capacity of odd cycles
"... We tackle the problem of estimating the Shannon capacity of cycles of odd length. We present some strategies which allow us to find tight bounds on the Shannon capacity of cycles of various odd lengths, and suggest that the difficulty of obtaining a general result may be related to different beh ..."
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We tackle the problem of estimating the Shannon capacity of cycles of odd length. We present some strategies which allow us to find tight bounds on the Shannon capacity of cycles of various odd lengths, and suggest that the difficulty of obtaining a general result may be related to different
On the Shannon capacity and queueing stability of random access multicast
, 2008
"... We study and compare the Shannon capacity region and the stable throughput region for a random access system in which source nodes multicast their messages to multiple destination nodes. Under an erasure channel model which accounts for interference and allows for multipacket reception, we first cha ..."
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We study and compare the Shannon capacity region and the stable throughput region for a random access system in which source nodes multicast their messages to multiple destination nodes. Under an erasure channel model which accounts for interference and allows for multipacket reception, we first
Entropy and the shannon capacity of queueing systems
 IEEE Workshop on Information Theory, Kruger, South Africa
, 1999
"... A number of results in the classical theory of point processes assert that the Poisson process is a “fixed point ” for the operations of (1) random splitting, (2) independent superposition and (3) random translation of points. That is, one may begin with a Poisson process (or a finite number of inde ..."
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A number of results in the classical theory of point processes assert that the Poisson process is a “fixed point ” for the operations of (1) random splitting, (2) independent superposition and (3) random translation of points. That is, one may begin with a Poisson process (or a finite number of independent Poisson processes) and as a result of performing each of the above operations obtain a Poisson process (or a finite number of independent Poisson processes). Classical results in queueing theory also assert that the Poisson process is a fixed point for various queueing systems in the following sense: If the arrival process to such a queueing system is a Poisson process, then so is the equilibrium departure process. Examples of such queueing systems include the firstcomefirstserved (FCFS) exponential server queue (the M/M/l queue), a queue which dispenses i.i.d. services with
On Shannon Capacity of Packet Based Communications
, 2002
"... A novel approach to evaluation of upper bounds on attainable information rates of coded packet based single and multiple access channels is presented. The succession of active and idle periods is modeled with a Markov process implying that additive noisecontaminated channel output is a Hidden Marko ..."
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Markov Process. The increase in capacity that might be achieved through exploitation of timing information is evaluated for packet based binary and Gaussian single access channel as well as for Gaussian bursty two user multipleaccess channel.
On The Shannon Capacity Of ChaosBased Asynchronous CDMA Systems
"... We here compare the limit performance asynchronous DSCDMA systems based on different set of spreading sequences, namely chaosbased, ideal random, Gold codes and maximumlength codes. To do so we consider the Shannon capacity associated to each of those systems that is itself a random variable depe ..."
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We here compare the limit performance asynchronous DSCDMA systems based on different set of spreading sequences, namely chaosbased, ideal random, Gold codes and maximumlength codes. To do so we consider the Shannon capacity associated to each of those systems that is itself a random variable
On the Equivalence of Shannon Capacity and Stable Capacity in Networks with Memoryless Channels
"... Abstract—An equivalence result is established between the Shannon capacity and the stable capacity of communication networks. Given a discretetime network with memoryless, timeinvariant, discreteoutput channels, it is proved that the Shannon capacity equals the stable capacity. The results treat g ..."
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Abstract—An equivalence result is established between the Shannon capacity and the stable capacity of communication networks. Given a discretetime network with memoryless, timeinvariant, discreteoutput channels, it is proved that the Shannon capacity equals the stable capacity. The results treat
ON THE SHANNON CAPACITY OF DUALMIMO SYSTEMS IN RICEAN FADING
"... We derive exact analytical expressions for the probability density function and cumulative distribution function for the capacity of a dual multipleinput multipleoutput system (either two transmit or two receive antennas) transmitting in Ricean fading. In contrast to earlier work we do not require ..."
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We derive exact analytical expressions for the probability density function and cumulative distribution function for the capacity of a dual multipleinput multipleoutput system (either two transmit or two receive antennas) transmitting in Ricean fading. In contrast to earlier work we do
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