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 +Beyond Point-to-Point Coding
 +Young-Han Kim, UC San Diego
 +Abstract: Over the past sixty years, Shannon'​s ground-breaking
 +ideas on point-to-point communication have evolved into several
 +practical coding techniques that achieve channel capacity with
 +low encoding/​decoding complexity. Combined with advances in
 +signal processing, the same point-to-point coding techniques can
 +be further adapted to achieve the optimal performance for
 +multiple access (uplink) and broadcast (downlink) communication
 +In this talk, we introduce three coding schemes -- simultaneous
 +nonunique decoding, noisy network coding, and hybrid coding --
 +via their applications in interference channels, relay networks,
 +and joint source-channel coding, and show that these
 +brainchildren of network information theory strictly outperform
 +their point-to-point counterparts. We discuss briefly practical
 +challenges for implementing these conceptual techniques.
 +Bio: Young-Han Kim received his B.S. degree in Electrical
 +Engineering from Seoul National University and his Ph.D. degree
 +in Electrical Engineering (M.S. degrees in Statistics and in
 +Electrical Engineering) from Stanford University. Since 2006, he
 +has been a faculty member in the Department of Electrical and
 +Computer Engineering at the University of California, San Diego,
 +where he is currently an associate professor. He is a recipient
 +of the 2008 NSF CAREER Award, the 2009 US-Israel BSF Bergmann
 +Memorial Award, and the 2012 Information Theory Paper Award.
 +Professor Kim is currently on the Editorial Board of the IEEE
 +Transactions on Information Theory, serving as an Associate
 +Editor for Shannon theory. He is also serving as a Distinguished
 +Lecturer for the IEEE Information Theory Society.
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