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Hosung Park, Seokbeom Hong, Jong-Seon No, and Dong-Joon Shin, "A new block dual-diagonal structure for QC LDPC codes with low error floor," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, February 2012.
 
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Hee-Youl Kwak, Bohwan Jun, Pilwoong Yang, Jong-Seon No, and Dong-Joon Shin, "Overlapped circular SC-LDPC codes and their modified coupled codes," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, February 2016.
 
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Jae-Won Kim and Jong-Seon No, "Equivalences between network codes with link errors and index codes with side information errors," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, July 2017.
 
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Wijik Lee, Young-Sik Kim, and Jong-Seon No, "A new signature scheme based on punctured Reed--Muller code with random insertion," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, October 2017.
 
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Young-Sik Moon, Jaehong Kim, Jong-Seon No, and Dong-Joon Shin, “Degrees of freedom of the M × N user SISO X channel with synergistic alternating CSIT,” submitted to IEEE Access, May 2018.
 
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Ho-Youn Kim and Jong-Seon No, “Achievable normalized delivery time in relay-aided MIMO cellular networks,” submitted to IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, August 2018.
 
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Jong-Yoon Yoon, and Jong-Seon No, “Analysis of maximal topologies achieving optimal DoF and DoF 1/n in topological interference management,” submitted to IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, October 2018.
 
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Hoon Kang and Jong-Seon No, "A new automatic gain control algorithm for OFDM under high adjacent channel interference in wireless communication systems," submitted to IEEE Communications Letters, December 2018.
 
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Heeyoul Kwak, DaeYoung Yun, and Jong-Seon No, "Rate-loss mitigation of SC-LDPC codes without performance degradation," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Communications, Feburary 2019.
 
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Chanki Kim and Jong-Seon No, "New two-stage automorphism group decoders for cyclic codes," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Communications, March 2019.