Joint Source-Channel Coding for the Multiple-Access Channel with Correlated Sources

01/17/2019 ∙ by Arezou Rezazadeh, et al. ∙ 0

This paper studies the random-coding exponent of joint source-channel coding for the multiple-access channel with correlated sources. For each user, by defining a threshold, the messages of each source are partitioned into two classes. The achievable exponent for correlated sources with two message-dependent input distributions for each user is determined and shown to be larger than that achieved using only one input distribution for each user. A system of equations is presented to determine the optimal thresholds maximizing the achievable exponent. The obtained exponent is compared with the one derived for the MAC with independent sources.



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