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## Elements of Cellular Blind Interference Alignment — Aligned Frequency Reuse

Venue: | Wireless Index Coding and Interference Diversity”, March 2012, e-print arXiv:1203.2384 |

Citations: | 7 - 3 self |

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208 |
Interference alignment, and the degrees of freedom of the K user interference channel
- Cadambe, Jafar
- 2009
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Citation Context ...es and the challenges inherent in a wireless communication network [2]. On the one hand, interference alignment schemes show remarkable potential to increase the number of available signal dimensions =-=[3]-=-. On the other hand, most interference alignment schemes assume global availability of vast amounts of channel knowledge (even if it is delayed [4, 5]), which implies excessive training and feedback o... |

163 | Jafar ”Degrees of Freedom of the MIMO Interference Channel With Cooperation and Cognition
- Huang, A
- 2009
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Citation Context ...nt out that with perfect CSIT, this network has 4 DoF. This can be seen as follows. Messages a1, b1 cannot have a total of more than 2 DoF, because of the MIMO interference channel DoF outer bound of =-=[22]-=-. By symmetry, messages a2, c1 cannot have more than 2 DoF either, which limits the total DoF to 4. Achievability of 4 DoF is also easy because after removing the interference, receivers a1, c1 are le... |

129 |
Completely stale transmitter channel state information is still very useful,” in Information Theory
- Maddah-Ali, Tse
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Citation Context ...o increase the number of available signal dimensions [3]. On the other hand, most interference alignment schemes assume global availability of vast amounts of channel knowledge (even if it is delayed =-=[4, 5]-=-), which implies excessive training and feedback overheads. The extent to which these substantial overheads are essential, is the central issue that could define the role of interference alignment sch... |

80 | Interference alignment: A new look at signal dimensions in a communication network
- Jafar
- 2011
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Citation Context ...will be presented in a later section of this paper. 1.2 Background The idea of interference alignment highlights both the opportunities and the challenges inherent in a wireless communication network =-=[2]-=-. On the one hand, interference alignment schemes show remarkable potential to increase the number of available signal dimensions [3]. On the other hand, most interference alignment schemes assume glo... |

71 | Interference alignment and the degrees of freedom of wireless X networks
- Cadambe, Jafar
- 2009
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Citation Context ..., they have the same ability to decode messages and hence may be combined into one equivalent user without loss of generality, as shown in Fig. 1(b), producing a partially connected X network setting =-=[1]-=- with 8 independent messages, one from 2 each transmitter to each connected receiver. So, e.g., the receiver labeled ‘ab’ wants to decode two independent messages sent from transmitters labeled A,B. W... |

57 | On the capacity of fading MIMO broadcast channels with imperfect transmitter side-information.
- Lapidoth, Shamai, et al.
- 2005
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Citation Context ...., DoF with no CSIT, remain unknown in general for all those wireless networks where interference alignment is relevant in the presence of CSIT. Conventional wisdom, consistent with a few conjectures =-=[6, 7]-=-, has consistently predicted a collapse of DoF, and therefore the infeasibility of interference alignment, with no CSIT. However, except under additional assumptions of homogeneity1 such as isotropic ... |

57 | On the index coding problem and its relation to network coding and matroid theory,”
- Rouayheb, Sprintson, et al.
- 2010
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Citation Context ...coding problem is itself an open problem. In fact, it is known that in its generality the index coding problem is rich enough to capture the entirety of the multiple unicast problem in network coding =-=[19]-=-, which points to the difficulty of obtaining systematic solutions for blind cellular interference alignment with arbitrary connectivities and arbitrary message sets. However, approximations, heuristi... |

56 |
On degrees of freedom region of MIMO networks without channel state information at transmitters,”
- Huang, Jafar, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...t under additional assumptions of homogeneity1 such as isotropic fading conditions, degradedness or statistical indistinguishability of receivers where indeed the collapse of DoF has been established =-=[8, 9, 10, 11]-=-, the DoF remain unknown. A case in point is the Lapidoth-Shamai-Wigger conjecture [6] on the collapse of DoF of a MISO BC (multiple input single output broadcast channel) which remains unresolved, ex... |

50 | On the compound MIMO broadcast channel,”
- Weingarten, Shama, et al.
- 2007
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Citation Context ...., DoF with no CSIT, remain unknown in general for all those wireless networks where interference alignment is relevant in the presence of CSIT. Conventional wisdom, consistent with a few conjectures =-=[6, 7]-=-, has consistently predicted a collapse of DoF, and therefore the infeasibility of interference alignment, with no CSIT. However, except under additional assumptions of homogeneity1 such as isotropic ... |

50 |
T.: Informed-source coding-on-demand (ISCOD) over broadcast channels
- Birk, Kol
- 1998
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Citation Context ...eless networks, with arbitrary message sets and no CSIT, and relate it to the index coding problem, which, incidentally, is the context that produced the first known example of interference alignment =-=[16, 2]-=-. We start with a description of the index coding problem. 5.1 Index Coding Problem IC(Wr,Wr) Index coding is a network coding problem that is surprisingly easy to describe but can be challenging to s... |

48 | Aiming perfectly in the dark-blind interference alignment through staggered antenna switching - Gou, Wang, et al. - 2011 |

46 |
Retrospective interference alignment over interference networks,”
- Maleki, Jafar, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...o increase the number of available signal dimensions [3]. On the other hand, most interference alignment schemes assume global availability of vast amounts of channel knowledge (even if it is delayed =-=[4, 5]-=-), which implies excessive training and feedback overheads. The extent to which these substantial overheads are essential, is the central issue that could define the role of interference alignment sch... |

39 | Interference Alignment
- Jafar, ”Blind
- 2012
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Citation Context ...e) number of states where the DoF are shown to be robust to channel uncertainty [12]. Perhaps the strongest evidence so far, of the feasibility of interference alignment with no CSIT, is presented in =-=[13, 14, 15]-=- through the idea of blind interference alignment. The central idea of blind interference alignment, introduced in [13], is that the knowledge of distinct channel coherence patterns associated with di... |

37 | The degrees of freedom regions of MIMO broadcast, interference, and cognitive radio channels with no CSIT,”
- Vaze, Varanasi
- 2012
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Citation Context ...t under additional assumptions of homogeneity1 such as isotropic fading conditions, degradedness or statistical indistinguishability of receivers where indeed the collapse of DoF has been established =-=[8, 9, 10, 11]-=-, the DoF remain unknown. A case in point is the Lapidoth-Shamai-Wigger conjecture [6] on the collapse of DoF of a MISO BC (multiple input single output broadcast channel) which remains unresolved, ex... |

32 | On the degrees of freedom of finite state compound wireless networks - settling a conjecture by weingarten et. al
- Gou, Jafar
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Citation Context ...of interference alignment even with channel uncertainty. A notable example is the compound setting with arbitrary (finite) number of states where the DoF are shown to be robust to channel uncertainty =-=[12]-=-. Perhaps the strongest evidence so far, of the feasibility of interference alignment with no CSIT, is presented in [13, 14, 15] through the idea of blind interference alignment. The central idea of b... |

32 | Index coding: an interference alignment perspective,” Submitted to
- Maleki, Cadambe, et al.
- 2012
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Citation Context ...erence alignment with arbitrary connectivities and arbitrary message sets. However, approximations, heuristic approaches and even optimal solutions for special cases, e.g., symmetric network settings =-=[20, 21]-=- or small networks, are often readily available, tractable, even quite simple as they are mostly just linear beamforming solutions. Consider for example, our aligned frequency-reuse solutions, which c... |

22 | Lexicographic products and the power of non-linear network coding
- Blasiak, Kleinberg, et al.
- 2011
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Citation Context ...the much more general “network equivalence” result of Koetter et al. [17]. Interestingly, in the network coding formulation over finite fields, it is known that linear coding is not always sufficient =-=[18]-=-. While it seems that the equivalence of the two networks might imply a similar insufficiency result for the Gaussian index coding problem, to the best of our knowledge, such a result has not been for... |

18 | On a theory of network equivalence
- Koetter, Effros, et al.
- 2009
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Citation Context ...the capacity of the Gaussian link in the Gaussian index coding problem. The equivalence is readily seen as a direct consequence of the much more general “network equivalence” result of Koetter et al. =-=[17]-=-. Interestingly, in the network coding formulation over finite fields, it is known that linear coding is not always sufficient [18]. While it seems that the equivalence of the two networks might imply... |

9 | Index coding via linear programming
- Blasiak, Kleinberg, et al.
- 2011
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Citation Context ...erence alignment with arbitrary connectivities and arbitrary message sets. However, approximations, heuristic approaches and even optimal solutions for special cases, e.g., symmetric network settings =-=[20, 21]-=- or small networks, are often readily available, tractable, even quite simple as they are mostly just linear beamforming solutions. Consider for example, our aligned frequency-reuse solutions, which c... |

7 |
The degrees of freedom of isotropic mimo interference channels withoutstateinformationatthetransmitters,” Information Theory
- Zhu, Guo
- 2012
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Citation Context ...t under additional assumptions of homogeneity1 such as isotropic fading conditions, degradedness or statistical indistinguishability of receivers where indeed the collapse of DoF has been established =-=[8, 9, 10, 11]-=-, the DoF remain unknown. A case in point is the Lapidoth-Shamai-Wigger conjecture [6] on the collapse of DoF of a MISO BC (multiple input single output broadcast channel) which remains unresolved, ex... |

4 | Interference alignment through staggered antenna switching for
- Wang, Gou, et al.
- 2010
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Citation Context ...e) number of states where the DoF are shown to be robust to channel uncertainty [12]. Perhaps the strongest evidence so far, of the feasibility of interference alignment with no CSIT, is presented in =-=[13, 14, 15]-=- through the idea of blind interference alignment. The central idea of blind interference alignment, introduced in [13], is that the knowledge of distinct channel coherence patterns associated with di... |