The Other Asymptotic Theory of Lossy Source Coding

  title={The Other Asymptotic Theory of Lossy Source Coding},
  author={David L. Neuhoff},
  booktitle={Coding And Quantization},
Rate-distortiontheory, as initiatedby Shannon in his celebrated 1948 paper, is a well known theory of lossy source coding. It is an asymptotic theory in the sense that the performance it prescribes is approachable only in the limit as code dimension increases. Less well known is the \other" asymp-totic theory of lossy source coding, which goes by the names of high-rate, high-resolution and asymptotic quantization theory. This theory prescribes the performance of codes with a given dimension and… CONTINUE READING


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