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© 2003

Information-Spectrum Methods in Information Theory

Book

Part of the Stochastic Modelling and Applied Probability book series (SMAP, volume 50)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XVII
  2. Te Sun Han
    Pages 1-102
  3. Te Sun Han
    Pages 103-168
  4. Te Sun Han
    Pages 169-268
  5. Te Sun Han
    Pages 269-323
  6. Te Sun Han
    Pages 325-393
  7. Te Sun Han
    Pages 453-526
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 527-538

About this book

Keywords

Code Information Shannon channel coding coding coding theory communication decoder encoder entropy information theory information-spectrum linear optimization source coding

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Graduate School of Information SystemsUniversity of Electro-CommunicationsTokyoJapan

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Reviews

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MATHEMATICAL 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."

"This book proposes a generalization of information theory in the sense of Shannon to a situation with sources and channels being possibly nonstationary and/or nonergodic. … This book presents useful and important concepts in information theory arising from original ideas of the author … ." (A. Akutowicz, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1010, 2003)

"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. The book establishes a unified general treatment for a collection of results … . The book contains a considerable number of historical remarks together with a rather extensive list of references … ." (Andrei Kelarev, Mathematical Reviews, 2003 i)