Witsenhausen's Counter Example Holds in the Presence of Side Information

  • N. C. Martins
  • Published 2006 in
    Proceedings of the 45th IEEE Conference on…


In this paper, we consider a two-step decentralized control problem with two agents which are not co-located. The first agent is located at the source of a disturbance, it can measure the disturbance with high accuracy and it can perform local actuation, while communicating with the second agent via a Gaussian channel with a prescribed signal to noise ratio… (More)


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