Coding for Discrete Noiseless Channels
Agent 00111 was a legendary master of espionage because he had found answers ( sometimes only partial answers ) to several espionage dilemmas. One answer, discussed in Chapter 1, was an accounting and budgeting system for the amount of delivered information. However, the same principles could also be applied to other problem areas, such as communicating the information he received.
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