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Communications, Information and Network Security

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ISBN-10: 1402072511

ISBN-13: 9781402072512

Edition: 2003

Authors: Vijay K. Bhargava, H. Vincent Poor, Seokho Yoon, Vahid Tarokh

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Communications, Information and Network Security is an excellent reference for both professional and academic researchers in the field of communication. Those working in space-time coding, multiuser detection, and wireless networks will find the book to be of particular use. New and highly original results by leading experts in communication, information theory, and data security are presented. Communications, Information and Network Security is a tribute to the broad and profound work of Ian Blake in the field of communication. All of the contributors have individually and collectively dedicated their work to Professor Blake.
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Book details

List price: $249.99
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 12/31/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 382
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Vijay K. Bhargava is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of British Columbia, Canada. He has served on the Board of Governors of the IEEE Information Theory Society and the IEEE Communications Society and was President of the IEEE Information Theory Society. He was recently appointed as the Director of Journals for the IEEE Communications Society.

List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface
Contributing Authors
Foreword
Modulation Diversity for Wireless Communications: Impact of Channel Estimation Errors and Doppler Effects on System Performance
Introduction
The System Model
Estimation Algorithms
The Amplitude Estimator
The Phase Estimator
Simulation Results
Searching for the Optimum Rotation Angle
Impact of the Interleaving Depth on the System Performance
Impact of the Estimation Errors on the System Performance
Conclusion
Performance of Error Control Codes on Finite State Channels via an Enumerative Technique
Introduction
The Communication System
Performance Analysis
The Effect of Interleaving
Performance Bounds for Convolutional Codes
Conclusions
Bounds on Distance Distributions in Codes of Given Size
Introduction
Basic inequalities
Distance distributions
A Lower Bound
Low Density Parity Check Convolutional Codes Derived from Quasi-Cyclic Block Codes
Introduction
Code Construction
The Block Codes [3]
The Convolutional Codes
Decoding
Results
Conclusions
A New Algorithm for Decoding Reed-Solomon Codes
Introduction
Encoding Reed-Solomon codes
Decoding Reed-Solomon codes
Decoding with errors and erasures
Fast Fourier transforms
Conclusions
A Noncoherent Detection Scheme for Space-Time Block Codes
Introduction
Space-Time Block Coding Assuming Coherent Detection
The System Model
Encoding
Decoding
Differential Encoding
Differential Decoding
Conclusions
Advances in Quantum Detection
Introduction
Quantum-Theoretic Models in Communication Theory
Quantum Mechanics
States
Observables and POVM's
Quantum Communications
Bayesian Detector Design
The Square-Root Detector
Pure States
Mixed States
Unambiguous Discrimination
Inverse Channel Detector
Detector Design
Application to a Multiaccess Problem
Some Common Measurements in Quantum Optics
Concluding Remarks
Toward the True Random Cipher: On Expected Linear Probability Values for SPNs with Randomly Selected S-Boxes
Introduction
Substitution-Permutation Networks
Linear Probability
Linear Cryptanalysis of Markov Ciphers
Markov Ciphers
Linear Cryptanalysis
Notational Issues
Linear Characteristics
Choosing the Best Characteristic
Linear Hulls
Maximum Average Linear Hull Probability
SPN-Specific Considerations
Expected ELP Values over all SPNs
Distribution of LP Values for Randomly Selected Sboxes
Counting Characteristics
Recursive Formulation for C[subscript a,b A]
Main Result
Example SPN Structure
Evaluating C[subscript a,b A]
Computational Results
Generalized Conjecture
Conclusions
Geometric Constructions of Gallager Codes
Introduction
Gallager Codes
Construction of Finite Geometry Gallager Codes
Construction of Circulant EG-Gallager Codes
Construction of Circulant PG-Gallager Codes
Conclusion
A Call Admission Strategy for Multirate Wideband CDMA Systems
Introduction
Problem Statement
Power Distribution
Solving for S
Case M = 2
Condition for Convergence
General Case
Asymptotic Case
Call Admission Algorithm
Numerical Results
Conclusions
Sufficient Condition for [lambda] [less than sign] 1
Average Level Crossing Rate and Average Fade Duration of Diversity Methods
Introduction
System Model
Level Crossing Rate and Fade Duration of MRC in IID Ricean Fading
Level Crossing Rate and Fade Duration of EGC
Average LCR and AFD of MRC with non-identical branch powers
Average LCR and AFD of SC in Generalized Fading
Connection Admission Control for MC-CDMA Systems Supporting Multi-Rate Services
Introduction
System Model
Power Distribution under Perfect Power Control
Power Distribution under Imperfect Power Control
Connection Admission Control
Grade of Service Performance
Numerical Results
Conclusions
Multiuser Detection and Statistical Mechanics
Introduction
The CDMA Channel and Multiuser Detectors
The CDMA Channel
Multiuser Detectors: Known Results
The Single-user Matched Filter
The MMSE Detector
The Decorrelator
The Optimal Detectors
Spectral Efficiency
Conditional Mean Estimator and Statistical Mechanics
Bayes Retrochannel and Conditional Mean Estimator
CDMA Multiuser Detectors
The Linear Detectors
The Optimal Detectors
Preliminaries of Statistical Mechanics
Spin Glass and the Bayes Retrochannel
Overlap
Performance Analysis of Linear Detectors
Free Energy
Solving the Overlap
Arbitrary Energy Distribution
Linear Multiuser Detectors
The Matched Filter
The MMSE Detector
The Decorrelator
The Optimal Detectors
Discussions
Spectral Efficiency
Conclusions
Critical Density Thresholds in Distributed Wireless Networks
Introduction
Connectivity in Multi-hop Wireless Networks
Theory of Random Graphs
Models of Random Graphs with Independence
Phase Transitions in Random Graphs
Random Graphs in Wireless Networks
Density-Critical Transitions in Wireless Networks
Neighbor Count
Multi-Path Connectivity
Partition into Cliques
Hamiltonian Cycle
Probabilistic Flooding
Analysis of Critical Thresholds
Conclusions
Precoding Techniques for Nonlinear Constant-Envelope Modulations
Introduction
General System
Precoding
Performance Results
MMSE Precoding
Tomlinson Precoding
Conclusions
Minimum Mean-Square Phase Error Correction
Iterative Precoding Table Construction
Spherically Invariant Random Processes: Theory and Applications
Introduction
Theoretical Properties of SIRP
Conditional Expectation, Mean-Square Estimation, and Closure of SIRP
Detection under SIRP
SIRP and Heavy-Tailed Processes
Application of SIRP to System Modelings
SIRP Modeling of Bandlimited Speech Waveform
SIRP Modeling of Radar Clutters
SIRP Model of Radio Propagation Disturbances
SIRP Modeling in Equalization and Array Processing
Generation and Simulation of SIRP
Conclusions
On Entropy, Information Inequalities, and Groups
Introduction
Entropy Functions and Information Inequalities
ITIP--Machine-Proving of Information Inequalities
I-Measure and Information Diagrams
Examples of Application
Entropy and Groups
Conclusions
The Proof for the Equivalence of the Polymatroidal Axioms and the Basic Inequalities
Dynamic Inter-SLA Resources Sharing in Differentiated Services Networks Based on Effective Bandwidth Allocation
Introduction
Resource Allocation Architecture
Inter-Domain Resource Allocation
MPLS DiffServ Domain
Dynamic Bandwidth Borrowing
The Lendable Trunk
Bandwidth Borrowing
MPLS Rerouting
Effective Bandwidth for Assured Services
The Partitioned Buffer Model
Fluid Model Analysis
Effective Bandwidth and Admission Control
Numerical Results
Throughput Analysis
Rerouting Effect
Conclusions
Stationary Analysis of the Two-Trunk Markovian Model