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**public sources and our publisher partners.**An overview of statistical and information-theoretic aspects of hidden Markov processes (HMPs) is presented. An HMP is a discrete-time finite-state homogeneous Markov chain observed through a… Expand

This paper consists of an overview on universal prediction from an information-theoretic perspective. Special attention is given to the notion of probability assignment under the self-information… Expand

We investigate the problem of guessing a random vector X within distortion level D. Our aim is to characterize the best attainable performance in the sense of minimizing, in some probabilistic sense,… Expand

We consider the problem of estimating, in the presence of model uncertainties, a random vector x that is observed through a linear transformation H and corrupted by additive noise. We first assume… Expand

The problem of predicting the next outcome of an individual binary sequence using finite memory is considered. The finite-state predictability of an infinite sequence is defined as the minimum… Expand

The capacity of the channel induced by a given class of sources is well known to be an attainable lower bound on the redundancy of universal codes with respect to this class, both in the minimax… Expand

In this paper, We extend the notion of successive refinement (SR) of information to the Wyner-Ziv setting, where the decoders of the different stages have access to (possibly different) side… Expand

Hui [l] has derived a lower bound on the capacity of a discrete memoryIess channel (DMC) with mismatched decoding, hereafter referred to as Hui’s capacity and denoted C H . Our first result in this… Expand

Reliable transmission over a discrete-time memoryless channel with a decoding metric that is not necessarily matched to the channel (mismatched decoding) is considered. It is assumed that the encoder… Expand