Conference paper

On cooperation via noisy feedback

An upper bound is established on the usefulness of noisy feedback for the two-user multiple-access channel (MAC). The bound generalizes a dependence-balance argument developed by Hekstra and Willems for the common-output two-way channel and the MAC with noiseless output feedback. Lower bounds based on block-coding and linear feedback strategies are also derived.


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