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In this thesis, we study performance analysis and resource allocation designs for non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) in wireless communication systems. In contrast to conventional orthogonal multiple access (OMA) schemes, NOMA allows multiple users to share the same degree of freedom via superposition coding and the successive interference cancelation (SIC) decoding. Inspired by the solid foundations from the information theory perspective, NOMA has rekindled the interests of researchers asarXiv:1910.00946v1 fatcat:p25bht4j2vaynfdj3xxi7hl3du