ratelessly

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ratelessly (not comparable)

  1. (mathematics) In a rateless manner; in a manner that employs a rateless code.
    • 2004, Proceedings of the University of Illinois, volume 42, part 1, page 21:
      The scheme is decentralized, requiring no co-ordination, and can be operated ratelessly. that is, it can be run indefinitely until successful reception (at which stage that fact is signaled to all nodes, [...]
    • 2006, Desmond S. Lun, et al., Network Coding in Wireless Networks, in Frank H. P. Fitzek, Marcos D. Katz (editors), Cooperation in wireless networks: principles and applications,
      Decoding can be done by Gaussian elimination, and the scheme can be operated ratelessly, i.e. it can be run indefinitely until successful reception (at which stage that fact is signaled to other nodes).
    • 2008 November, "Achievable Rates and Fairness in Rateless Coded Relaying Schemes", in the IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, volume 7, issue 11 (ISSN: 1536-1276), pages 4439-4444:
      The derivation relies on the facts that when the source ratelessly broadcasts, the capacities Cs and C1 in the S–D and S–R links, respectively, are approached at the same time, and that when the relay ratelessly transmits toward the destination, the capacity C2 is realized.

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  • 2008, Xu Li, Qinyu Zhang, Hui Li, Hongguang Xu, "Little Cycle Elimination of Fountain Codes Using Distilling Correlative Columns", in the journal of the Congress on Image and Signal Processing, volume 2 (ISBN 978-0-7695-3119-9):
    The concept of the Fountain codes was proposed by M. Luby, etc. in 1998, which is an error control coding ratelessly in erasure channel.

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