ON THE CAPACITY OF NOISY CHANNELS WITH ARBITRARY SIGNAL COSTS.

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Abstract

Four types of information capacity of general noisy channels with arbitrary input signal costs are considered and theorems on their asymptotic equality are proved, both for unconstrained and constrained inputs. The considered capacities are relevant to transmission of fixed and variable costs, respectively. In particular, for the transmission length cost assignment, the results amount to a general proof of the intuitive statement that the capacity bound for the length of reliable transmission is valid asymptotically also for the average length of variable length transmission. Examples with memoryless channels are given, including channels with feedback.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProbl Control Inf Theory
Pages283-304
Number of pages22
Volume2
Edition3-4
Publication statusPublished - 1973

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Csiszár, I. (1973). ON THE CAPACITY OF NOISY CHANNELS WITH ARBITRARY SIGNAL COSTS. In Probl Control Inf Theory (3-4 ed., Vol. 2, pp. 283-304)

ON THE CAPACITY OF NOISY CHANNELS WITH ARBITRARY SIGNAL COSTS. / Csiszár, I.

Probl Control Inf Theory. Vol. 2 3-4. ed. 1973. p. 283-304.

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Csiszár, I 1973, ON THE CAPACITY OF NOISY CHANNELS WITH ARBITRARY SIGNAL COSTS. in Probl Control Inf Theory. 3-4 edn, vol. 2, pp. 283-304.
Csiszár I. ON THE CAPACITY OF NOISY CHANNELS WITH ARBITRARY SIGNAL COSTS. In Probl Control Inf Theory. 3-4 ed. Vol. 2. 1973. p. 283-304
Csiszár, I. / ON THE CAPACITY OF NOISY CHANNELS WITH ARBITRARY SIGNAL COSTS. Probl Control Inf Theory. Vol. 2 3-4. ed. 1973. pp. 283-304
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