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Technical Program

M-We-2: Capacity Problems in Networks

Time: Wednesday, June 16, 11:10 - 12:50
Location: Room 412
Session Chair: Suhas Diggavi, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
 
M-We-2.1: OPTIMALITY AND APPROXIMATE OPTIMALITY OF SOURCE-CHANNEL SEPARATION IN NETWORKS
         Chao Tian; AT&T Labs-Research
         Jun Chen; Mcmaster University
         Suhas Diggavi; EPFL
         Shlomo Shamai (Shitz); Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
 
M-We-2.2: ON THE SEPARATION OF LOSSY SOURCE-NETWORK CODING AND CHANNEL CODING IN WIRELINE NETWORKS
         Shirin Jalali; California Institute of Technology
         Michelle Effros; California Institute of Technology
 
M-We-2.3: ON THE OPTIMALITY OF MULTI-HOP COMMUNICATION IN LARGE WIRELESS NETWORKS
         Urs Niesen; Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs
         Piyush Gupta; Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs
         David Tse; University of California at Berkeley
 
M-We-2.4: MULTI-HOP ROUTING IS ORDER-OPTIMAL IN UNDERWATER EXTENDED NETWORKS
         Won-Yong Shin; Harvard University
         Daniel E. Lucani; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Muriel Medard; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
         Milica Stojanovic; Northeastern University
         Vahid Tarokh; Harvard University
 
M-We-2.5: CAPACITY OF A CLASS OF TREE NETWORKS
         Si-Hyeon Lee; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
         Sae-Young Chung; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
 

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