Source-channel coding for algebraic multiterminal binning
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This paper addresses practical code design problems for multiterminal communication networks. The basic element of a multiterminal network code is the binning scheme. We aim to develop a unified practical code design paradigm for related problems in multiterminal networks based on source-channel coding for algebraic binning. First, a framework based on Slepian-Wolf coded quantization is highlighted for Wyner-Ziv coding and multiterminal source coding (e.g., the CEO problem). Then, a nested turbo scheme is proposed for Costa coding by exploiting the duality between Costa coding and Wyner-Ziv coding. 2004 IEEE.