Information-Spectrum Methods in Information Theory (Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability 50 2003 ed.)
By: T.S. Han (author), H. Koga (translator)Hardback
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From the reviews: "This book nicely complements the existing literature on information and coding theory by concentrating on arbitrary nonstationary and/or nonergodic sources and channels with arbitrarily large alphabets. Even with such generality the authors have managed to successfully reach a highly unconventional but very fertile exposition rendering new insights into many problems." -- MATHEMATICAL REVIEWS
1 Source Coding.- 2 Random Number Generation.- 3 Channel Coding.- 4 Hypothesis Testing.- 5 Rate-Distortion Theory.- 6 Identification Code and Channel Resolvability.- 7 Multi-Terminal Information Theory.- References.
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