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EECS 650: Channel Coding Theory and Applications
Professor Achilleas Anastasopoulos
The theory and application of channel coding for reliable communication. Basic results from information and coding theory (e.g., error exponents). Study of families of good codes, collectively referred to as turbo-like codes. Space-time code for multi-antenna wireless fading channels. Channel coding with transmitter side information, coding in the presence of feedback, connections between communications and control, coding for multi-user channels, recent capacity achieving codes such as polar codes, etc.
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