Source coding for multiple descriptions II: A binary source

@article{Witsenhausen1981SourceCF,
  title={Source coding for multiple descriptions II: A binary source},
  author={Hans S. Witsenhausen and Aaron D. Wyner},
  journal={The Bell System Technical Journal},
  year={1981},
  volume={60},
  pages={2281-2292}
}
A uniformly distributed (iid) binary source is encoded into two binary data streams at rates R<inf>1</inf> and R<inf>2</inf>, respectively. These sequences are such that by observing either one separately, a decoder can recover a good approximation of the source (at average error rates D<inf>1</inf>, D<inf>2</inf>, respectively), and by observing both sequences, a decoder can obtain a better approximation of the source (at average error rate D<inf>0</inf>). In this paper a “converse” theorem is… CONTINUE READING
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