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Probability of Partially Decoding Network- Coded Messages - 2017

ABSTRACT:

Within the literature, there exist analytical expressions for the probability of a receiver decoding a transmitted source message that has been encoded using random linear network coding. During this letter, we have a tendency to inspect the probability that the receiver will decode at least a fraction of the source message, and gift an exact answer to the present downside for both non-systematic and systematic network coding. Based on the derived expressions, we investigate the potential of these 2 implementations of network coding for information-theoretic secure communication and progressive recovery of information.


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