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Trellis Encoding of memoryless discrete-time sources with a fidelity criterion

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For memoryless discrete-time sources and bounded single-letter distortion measures, we derive a bound on the average per-letter distortion achievable by a trellis source code of fixed constraint length. For any fixed code rate greater than R(D^{\ast }) , the rate-distortion function at D^{\ast } , this bound decreases toward D^{\ast } exponentially with constraint length.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 3 )