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The best of the best : fifty years of communications and networking research
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Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2007
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9780470112687
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The Best of the Best: Fifty Years of Communications andNetworking Research consists of a group of 50 papers selectedas the best published by ComSoc in its various journals in theSociety?s 50-year history. The editors of the collection havewritten an essay to introduce the papers and discuss the historicalsignificance of the collection and how they were selected for thecollection.

The book divides the papers into two major categories(Communications and Networking) and groups them by decade withinthese major subdivisions.


Author Notes

Founded in 1952, the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) is a community comprised of a diverse group of industry professionals with a common interest in advancing all communications technologies. To that end, the Society sponsors publications, conferences, educational programs, local activities, and technical committees that: Foster original work in all aspects of communications science, engineering, and technology; Encourage the development of applications that use signals to transfer voice, data, image, and/or video information between locations; Promote the theory and use of systems involving all types of terminals, computers, and information processors; all pertinent systems and operations that facilitate transfer; all transmission media; switched and unswitched networks; and network layouts, protocols, architectures, and implementations; And strongly advance developments toward meeting new market demands in systems, products, and technologies such as personal communications services, multimedia communications systems, enterprise networks, and optical communications systems.


Table of Contents

Sirikiat Lek AriyavisitakulSiavash M. AlamoutiAyman F. Naguib and Vahid Tarokh and Nambirajan Seshadri and A. Robert CalderbankClaude Berrou and Alain GlavieuxAudrey M. Viterbi and Andrew J. ViterbiAlexandra Duel-HallenCharles A. BrackettRuxandra Lupas and Sergio VerduDariush Divsalar and Marvin K. SimonJustin C-I ChuangAdel A. M. Saleh and Reinaldo A. ValenzuelaRodney J. Boehm and Yau-Chau Ching and C. George Griffith and Frederick A. SaalLeonard J. Cimini, Jr.G. David Forney Jr. and Robert G. Gallager and Gordon R. Lang and Fred M. Longstaff and Shahid U. QureshiJack H. WintersPeter MonsenPeter K. Runge and Patrick R. TrischittaR. F. Pawula and S. O. Rice and J. H. RobertsDonald C. CoxKuzuaki Murota and Kenkichi HiradiTor Aulin and Carl-Erik W. SundbergTor Aulin and Nild Rydbeck and Carl-Erik W. SundbergL. E. FranksFrank de Jager and Cornelis B. DekkerMichael B. PursleyNorman AbramsonW. Van EttenW. Van EttenGottfried UngerboeckSergio Benedetto and Girolamo De Vincentiis and Angelo LuvisonRudi de BudaS. B. Weinstein and Paul M. EbertJerrold A. Heller and Irwin Mark JacobsAndrew J. ViterbiDonald A. George and Robert R. Bowen and John R. StoreyPaul A. Wintz and Edgar J. LueckeAdam LenderPhilip A. BelloE. Arthurs and H. DymJ. C. Hancock and R. W. LuckyJ. P. CostasWill E. Leland and Murad S. Taqqu and Walter Willinger and Daniel V. WilsonAbhay K. Parekh and Robert G. GallagerEllen L. Hahne and Abhijit K. Choudhury and Nicholas F. MaxemchukMark J. Karol and Michael G. Hluchyj and Samuel P. MorganNicholas F. MaxemchukJeffrey M. JaffeLa Roy W. TymesHubert ZimmermanPhilip M. Merlin and Paul J. SchweitzerRobert G. GallagerLeonard Kleinrock and Fouad A. TobagiLeonard Kleinrock and Simon S. LamVinton G. Cerf and Robert E. KahnPaul BaranReese T. Prosser
Prefacep. ix
Physical and Link Layer Aspects of Communications
Turbo Space-Time Processing to Improve Wireless Channel Capacityp. 3
A Simple Transmit Diversity Technique for Wireless Communicationsp. 17
A Space-Time Coding Modem for High-Data-Rate Wireless Communicationsp. 25
Near Optimum Error Correcting Coding and Decoding: Turbo-Codesp. 45
Erlang Capacity of a Power Controlled CDMA Systemp. 57
Decorrelating Decision-Feedback Multiuser Detector for Synchronous Code-Division Multiple-Access Channelp. 67
Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing Networks: Principles and Applicationsp. 73
Near-Far Resistance of Multiuser Detectors in Asynchronous Channelsp. 91
Multiple-Symbol Differential Detection of MPSKp. 105
The Effects of Time Delay Spread on Portable Radio Communication Channels with Digital Modulationp. 115
A Statistical Model for Indoor Multipath Propagationp. 127
Standardized Fiber Optic Transmission Systems-A Synchronous Optical Network Viewp. 137
Analysis and Simulation of a Digital Mobile Channel Using Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexingp. 145
Efficient Modulation for Band-Limited Channelsp. 157
Optimum Combining in Digital Mobile Radio with Cochannel Interferencep. 173
MMSE Equalization of Interference on Fading Diversity Channelsp. 185
The SL Undersea Lightguide Systemp. 193
Distribution of the Phase Angle Between Two Vectors Perturbed by Gaussian Noisep. 201
Cochannel Interference Considerations in Frequency Reuse Small-Coverage-Area Radio Systemsp. 215
GMSK Modulation for Digital Mobile Radio Telephonyp. 223
Continuous Phase Modulation-Part I Full Response Signalingp. 231
Continuous Phase Modulation-Part II Partial Response Signalingp. 245
Carrier and Bit Synchronization in Data Communication-A Tutorial Reviewp. 261
Tamed Frequency Modulation, A Novel Method to Achieve Spectrum Economy in Digital Transmissionp. 277
Performance Evaluation for Phase-Coded Spread-Spectrum Multiple-Access Communication-Part I: System Analysisp. 287
The Throughput of Packet Broadcasting Channelsp. 293
Maximum Likelihood Receiver for Multiple Channel Transmission Systemsp. 305
An Optimum Linear Receiver for Multiple Channel Transmission Systemsp. 313
Adaptive Maximum-Likelihood Receiver for Carrier-Modulated Data-Transmission Systemsp. 321
Error Probability in the Presence of Intersymbol Interference and Additive Noise for Multilevel Digital Signalsp. 335
Coherence Demodulation of Frequency-Shift Keying with Low Deviation Ratiop. 345
Data Transmission by Frequency-Division Multiplexing Using the Discrete Fourier Transformp. 353
Viterbi Decoding for Satellite and Space Communicationp. 361
Convolutional Codes and Their Performance in Communication Systemsp. 375
An Adaptive Decision Feedback Equalizerp. 397
Performance of Optimum and Suboptimum Synchronizersp. 411
Correlative Digital Communication Techniquesp. 421
Characterization of Randomly Time-Variant Linear Channelsp. 429
On the Optimum Detection of Digital Signals in the Presence of White Gaussian Noise-A Geometric Interpretation and a Study of Three Basic Data Transmission Systemsp. 463
Performance of Combined Amplitude and Phase-Modulated Communication Systemsp. 501
Synchronous Communicationsp. 507
Networking
On the Self-Similar Nature of Ethernet Traffic (Extended Version)p. 517
A Generalized Processor Sharing Approach to Flow Control in Integrated Services Networks: The Single-Node Casep. 533
DQDB Networks with and without Bandwidth Balancingp. 547
Input Versus Output Queueing on a Space-Division Packet Switchp. 561
Routing in the Manhattan Street Networkp. 571
Bottleneck Flow Controlp. 581
Routing and Flow Control in TYMNETp. 591
OSI Reference Model-The ISO Model of Architecture for Open Systems Interconnectionp. 599
Deadlock Avoidance in Store-and-Forward Networks-I: Store-and-Forward Deadlockp. 607
A Minimum Delay Routing Algorithm Using Distributed Computationp. 617
Packet Switching in Radio Channels: Part I-Carrier Sense Multiple-Access Modes and Their Throughput-Delay Characteristicsp. 631
Packet Switching in a Multiaccess Broadcast Channel: Performance Evaluationp. 649
A Protocol for Packet Network Intercommunicationp. 663
On Distributed Communications Networksp. 675
Routing Procedures in Communications Networks-Part I: Random Proceduresp. 685