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Computing Sum of Sources over a Classical-Quantum MAC

by   Touheed Anwar Atif, et al.
University of Michigan
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

We consider the problem of communicating a general bivariate function of two classical sources observed at the encoders of a classical-quantum multiple access channel. Building on the techniques developed for the case of a classical channel, we propose and analyze a coding scheme based on coset codes. The proposed technique enables the decoder recover the desired function without recovering the sources themselves. We derive a new set of sufficient conditions that are weaker than the current known for identified examples. This work is based on a new ensemble of coset codes that are proven to achieve the capacity of a classical-quantum point-to-point channel.


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