Welcome to Interference-Networks.org!
An interference network is one of the centerpieces in improving our understanding of wireless systems. It is therefore not surprising that considerable energy has been devoted to interference networks by the information, network and related theory research communities over the past few decades. In the domain of information theory, capacity of this channel is known for some special classes of two user interference channel with two transmitters communicating to two receivers. However, a general capacity characterization for the problem still eludes the research community.
This website is intended to serve two purposes:
- to bring researchers together to work on cutting-edge problems on information networks and
- to serve as a repository for publications in the domain.