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- Ohad Elishco, Tom Meyerovitch, Moshe Schwartz
- 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Information…
- 2016

Semiconstrained systems were recently suggested as a generalization of constrained systems, commonly used in communication and data-storage applications that require certain offending subsequences be… (More)

We consider a planar Poisson process and its associated Voronoi map. We show that there is a proper coloring with 6 colors of the map which is a deterministic isometry-equivariant function of the… (More)

- Tom Meyerovitch
- 2007

Let X = S G where G is a countable group and S is a finite set. A cellular automaton (CA) is an endomorphism T : X → X (continuous, commuting with the action of G). Shereshevsky [14] proved that for… (More)

- Tom Meyerovitch
- 2009

For SFTs, any equilibrium measure is Gibbs, as long a f has dsummable variation. This is a theorem of Lanford and Ruelle. Conversely, a theorem of Dobrušin states that for strongly-irreducible… (More)

- Tom Meyerovitch
- 2004

We show that the one-sided Dyck shift has a unique tail invariant tailinvariant topologically σ-finite measure (up to scaling). This invariant measure of the one sided Dyck turns out to be a… (More)

- Tom Meyerovitch
- 2009

We prove that multiple-recurrence and polynomial-recurrence of invertible infinite measure preserving transformations are both properties which pass to extensions.

- Ohad Elishco, Tom Meyerovitch, Moshe Schwartz
- 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Information…
- 2017

We generalize the notion of independence entropy to the study of semiconstrained systems. Using it, we obtain a new lower bound on the capacity of multi-dimensional semiconstrained systems. We show… (More)

- Tom Meyerovitch
- 2009

We discuss some numerical invariants of multidimensional shifts of finite type (SFTs) which are associated with the growth rates of the number of admissible finite configurations. Extending an… (More)

- Jon. Aaronson, Tom Meyerovitch
- 2007

We show that a dissipative, ergodic measure preserving transformation of a σ-finite, non-atomic measure space always has many non-proportional, absolutely continuous, invariant measures and is… (More)

- Tom Meyerovitch
- 2007

Let X = S G where G is a countable group and S is a finite set. A cellular automaton (CA) is an endomorphism T : X → X (continuous, commuting with the action of G). Shereshevsky [13] proved that for… (More)