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    Network Coding - A Paradigm Shift in Data Transport
    Update time: 2009-06-28
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    Speaker:Prof. Shuo-Yen Robert Li, IEEE Fellow, The Chinese University of HongKong
    Time: 10:00am, 2009.7.3
    Place: Room 440, Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    This is an expository talk on the theory of (linear) network coding with a wide variety of applications to multicast, peer-to-peer communications, wireless networks, sensor networks, personal communications, etc. Network coding is a paradigm shift in the mode of data transport from the traditional store-and-forward. The Network Coding Theorem guarantees the best possible throughput. Linearity makes the hardware/software implementation feasibly fast for practical applications. The wide applicability of network coding has generated interest in multi-disciplinary research among computer science, information/coding theory, matrix theory, networking, operations research, and switching. The closing part of the talk extends linear network coding to convolutional coding.

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