# Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science

## Volume 5 n° 1 (2002), pp. 191-204

author: | J.L. Dornstetter and D. Krob and J.Y. Thibon and E.A. Vassilieva |
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title: | Performance analysis of demodulation with diversity -- A combinatorial approach I: Symmetric function theoretical methods |

keywords: | Symmetric functions; Schur functions; Telecommunications |

abstract: | This paper is devoted to the presentation of a combinatorial approach, based on the theory of symmetric functions, for analyzing the
performance of a family of demodulation
methods used in mobile telecommunications.
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reference: | J.L. Dornstetter and D. Krob and J.Y. Thibon and E.A. Vassilieva (2002),
Performance analysis of demodulation with diversity -- A combinatorial approach I: Symmetric function theoretical methods,
Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science 5, pp. 191-204 |

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