Arbitrarily dirty paper coding and applications
Proceedings of the 2008 Infernational Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT 2008), Toronto, Canada, July 2008.
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A deterministic dirty-paper coding strategy for communication over an arbitrarily varying channel with an interference signal known to the transmitter is investigated. The presence of a known interference signal at the transmitter is shown to provide some protection against jamming interference. For some values of the parameters the scheme is capacity-achieving. Applications to watermarking and spectrum-sharing channels are described.
A.D. Sarwate and M. Gastpar, Arbitrarily dirty paper coding and applications, Proceedings of the 2007 International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT 2008), Toronto, Canada, July 2007.