Blind Decoding-Metric Estimation for Probabilistic Shaping via Expectation Maximization

06/26/2018
by   Fabian Steiner, et al.
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An unsupervised learning approach based on expectation maximization is proposed to obtain the parameters of a soft decision forward error correction decoding metric for probabilistic shaping. The algorithm depends only on the channel observations and does not require transmitted data.

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