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An application of rate-distortion theory to a converse to the coding theorem

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A lower bound to the information rateR(D)for a discrete memoryless source with a fidelity criterion is presented for the case in which the distortion matrix contains the same set of entries, perhaps permuted, in each column. A necessary and sufficient condition forR(D)to equal this bound is given. In particular, if the smallest column element is zero and occurs once in each row, then there is a range ofD, 0 leq D leq D_{1}, in which equality holds. These results are then applied to the special case ofd_{ij}= 1 - delta_{ij}, for which the average distortion is just the probability of incorrectly reproducing the source output. We show how to constructR(D)for this case, from which one can solve for the minimum achievable probability of error when transmitting over a channel of known capacity.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan 1969

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