A note on the multiple access channel with correlated sources

  title={A note on the multiple access channel with correlated sources},
  author={Gunter Dueck},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Information Theory},
then (d/a!s)f(C,,s)l s=O 2 0, and as we have seen in Section II, C, is a Huffman code and therefore minimizes (d/a!s)f(C,s)l,yz, over all uniquely decodable codes. Thus (d/ds)f(C,s)J s=O 2 0 for all uniquely decodable codes, and by the strict convexity argument, d = 0. This algorithm was tested on a typical 128 symbol alphabet for Poisson and deterministic intermission processes with s0 =s,. Convergence was fast (1-2 iterations) in the Poisson case, but slower (310 iterations) in the… CONTINUE READING
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