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network coding

A method of transmitting messages in an ad hoc network that allows for the recovery of lost data. Messages are broken up into chunks and coded with information about the other chunks. In the event one chunk is lost, the data in the other chunks can be used to reconstruct the lost data at the receiving end. See mobile ad hoc network.
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At the top level, the Cloud produces coded blocks of video segments using systematic network coding in GF(256) and serves coded blocks to the smartphones.
Ahlswede and others proposed the concept of network coding [1] in 2000.
Computer scientists, electrical engineers, and related professionals provide a tutorial introduction and survey of practical applications of network coding in various areas of networking and distributed computing.
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Covers the latest research techniques for beyond IMT-Advanced such as Coordinated multi-point systems (CoMP), Network Coding, Device-to-Device and Spectrum Sharing

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