Multi-User Information Theory
- New lectures are posted
- There will be
final, HW, project and presentation in class.
- The lecture on Degraded
BC and Marton Region is posted.
- HW 2 is posted.
- HW 3 is posted.
Building 28, room 304 , Wednesday
19:00-21:00pm, 2 Unit
Office: Building 33 office 312
Email: haimp (at) bgu (dot) ac (dot) il
Course Outline and Syllabus
In the course we will study topics in
multi-user information theory, namely, analyze the fundemental limits of
communication between many users.
- Review on information
measures, point-to-point source coding and channel coding.
- Strong typicallity
- Broadcast Channel
- Interference Channel
The course will follow
- Lecture Notes on Network Information
Theory, A. El Gamal, Y-H Kim
- "Elements of Information Theory," by Cover and
Thomas, 1st or 2nd Edition, New York: Wiley, 2006.
- ``Information Theory and
Reliable Communications,'' by Gallager, New York, Wiley 1968.
- ``Information Theory,''
by Csiszar and Korner, New York, second eddition 2011
- ``convex optimization,"
by Boyd and Lieven