Oblivious Relaying for Primitive Interference Relay Channels
Source: Polytechnic Institute of NYU
Consider a relay node that needs to operate without knowledge of the codebooks (i.e., modulation, coding) employed by the assisted source-destination pairs. This paper studies the performance of relaying under this condition, termed oblivious relaying, for the Primitive Relay Channel (PRC) and the Primitive Interference Relay Channel (PIRC). "Primitive" refers to the fact that the relay-to-destinations links use orthogonal resources with respect to the other links. Assuming discrete memoryless models, the capacity of a PRC with oblivious relaying is derived, along with the capacity region of the PIRC with oblivious relaying and interference-oblivious decoding (i.e., each decoder is unaware of the codebook used by the interfering transmitter).