Variable-to-variable codes with small redundancy rates

@article{Drmota2004VariabletovariableCW,
  title={Variable-to-variable codes with small redundancy rates},
  author={Michael Drmota and Wojciech Szpankowski},
  journal={International Symposium onInformation Theory, 2004. ISIT 2004. Proceedings.},
  year={2004},
  pages={91-}
}
There are three major classes of lossless compression: fixed-to-variable (FV) length codes, variable-to-fixed (VF) length codes, and finally variable-to-variable (VV) length codes. This paper presents the construction and analysis of a VV-code with small average and maximal redundancy that decays to zero as the average code length increases. A variable-to-variable (VV) code is a concatenation of variable-to-fixed and fixed-to-variable codes. 

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