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How to apply the rubber method for channels with feedback

by   Christian Deppe, et al.

We give an overview of applications of the rubber method. The rubber method is a coding algorithm that was developed in 2005 by Ahlswede, Deppe and Lebedev for channels with feedback. It was a big surprise that an encoding strategy that reserves one symbol exclusively as a rubber can sometimes reach the capacity of a channel. Since then, generalizations of the algorithm have been developed. These generalizations can be used for special channels. There are also other ideas for modifying the rubber method.


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