Joint Source-Channel Coding and Guessing with Application to Sequential Decoding

@article{Arikan1998JointSC,
  title={Joint Source-Channel Coding and Guessing with Application to Sequential Decoding},
  author={Erdal Arikan and Neri Merhav},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Information Theory},
  year={1998},
  volume={44},
  pages={1756-1769}
}
We extend our earlier work on guessing subject to distortion to the joint source-channel coding context. We consider a system in which there is a source connected to a destination via a channel and the goal is to reconstruct the source output at the destination within a prescribed distortion level with respect to (w.r.t.) some distortion measure. The decoder is aguessing decoder in the sense that it is allowed to generate successive estimates of the source output until the distortion criterion… CONTINUE READING
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