publication . External research report . 2010

Guessing and compression subject to distortion

Hanawal, Manjesh Kumar; Sundaresan, Rajesh;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2010
  • Country: India
The problem of guessing a random string is revisited. The relation-ship between guessing without distortion and compression is extended to the case when source alphabet size is countably in¯nite. Further, similar relationship is established for the case when distortion allowed by establishing a tight relationship between rate distortion codes and guessing strategies.
free text keywords: Electrical Communication Engineering

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