Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true

Ahlswede R, Cai N (1999)
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 45(2): 742-749.

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In 1981 Jahn used the elimination technique of the first author to determine the average errors capacity region of an arbitrarily varying multiple-access channel (AVMAC), when this region has nonempty interior. Here we remove this restriction. In his thesis (1990), Gubner missed this result because he used the first author's first approach to the MAC, which is based on conditional decoding, and not the first author's second approach, which is based on maximum likelihood decoding. This second approach was originally needed for a kind of compound MAC. For the AVMAC the difference between the approaches is naturally even more essential.
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Ahlswede R, Cai N. Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. 1999;45(2):742-749.
Ahlswede, R., & Cai, N. (1999). Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 45(2), 742-749.
Ahlswede, R., and Cai, N. (1999). Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 45, 742-749.
Ahlswede, R., & Cai, N., 1999. Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 45(2), p 742-749.
R. Ahlswede and N. Cai, “Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 45, 1999, pp. 742-749.
Ahlswede, R., Cai, N.: Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory. 45, 742-749 (1999).
Ahlswede, Rudolf, and Cai, Ning. “Arbitrarily varying multiple-access channels - Part I - Ericson's symmetrizability is adequate, Gubner's conjecture is true”. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 45.2 (1999): 742-749.
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