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Error correction for resource limited random network coding networks
Random linear network coding is a practical approach to network coding. It is, however, susceptible to corruption of the message packets due to hostile factors in the network. Error correction can be implemented, but in ...
An evaluation of configuration parameters affecting network coding on the data link layer in a wireless network
Network Coding, introduced in , promises significant theoretical capacity gains in multicast networks. Practical implementations in underlay networks are however quite complex in practice and performance is subject to ...
A comparison of wireless node topologies for network coding using practical path-loss models
In this paper, we discuss the physical arrangement of wireless nodes to form topologies suitable for the implementation of Network Coding. Boundaries for the most favorable placement of the nodes to form Bow-Tie and Butterfly ...
Error correction with the implicit encoding capability of random network coding
In this paper, we present a technique for a network error correcting code using Random Network Coding. We introduce a novel error correction scheme that uses the implicit encoding capability of Random Network Coding. This ...
Modified earliest decoding for random network codes
We present a practical, modified version of earliest decoding for random linear network coding networks. This decoding method has a lower complexity and decoding delay than traditional Gaussian elimination decoding schemes