Giel J. Op 't Veld

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We study a caching problem that resembles a lossy Gray-Wyner network: A source produces vector samples from a Gaussian distribution, but the user is interested in the samples of only one component. The encoder first sends a cache message without any knowledge of the user's preference. Upon learning her request, a second message is provided in the update(More)
We study a generalization of Wyner's Common Information toWatanabe's Total Correlation. The first minimizes the description size required for a variable that can make two other random variables conditionally independent. If independence is unattainable, Watanabe's total (conditional) correlation is measure to check just how independent they have become.(More)
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