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Coding for a delay-dependent fidelity criterion

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Coding for fidelity criteria, dependent upon the time delay of coding and transmission, is studied from an information-theoretic viewpoint. The results presented here, unlike the conventional Shannon theory, show that the optimum code frequently has finite block length. By extending some rate-distortion theory results, coding theorems and converses are proven. These suggest a procedure for bounding the block length of the code with minimum distortion.

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IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 1 )