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Performance analysis of linear block codes over the queue-based channel
Most coding schemes used in today's communication systems are designed for memoryless channels. These codes break down when they are transmitted over channels with memory, which is in fact what real-world channels look ...
Information and Estimation Theoretic Approaches to Data Privacy
Warner  in 1960s proposed a simple mechanism, now referred to as the randomized response model, as a remedy for what he termed “evasive answer bias” in survey sampling. The randomized response setting is as follows: ...
Channel Capacity in the Presence of Feedback and Side Information
This thesis deals with the Shannon-theoretic fundamental limits of channel coding for single-user channels with memory and feedback and for multi-user channels with side information. We first consider the feedback capacity ...