Coding for Networks
Recorded 15 December 2011 in Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland
Event: KTN - Know Thy Neighbor
In ARNI, we are interested in how we can reliably, efficiently and securely transfer information over networks. In network coding, in contrast to current practice, network nodes code across independent information streams, even if these streams are intended for different receivers. This paradigm shift drives us to rethink fundamental principles of information flow in networks, and raises exciting research directions; we will give examples of the challenge (and fun) involved in looking at such problems.
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