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A note on the abstract alphabet block source coding with a fidelity criterion theorem (Corresp.)

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Berger's proof of the abstract-alphabet block source coding with a fidelity criterion theorem is shown to be incomplete due to an error by Perez in extending the Shannon-McMillan Theorem to general stationary sources. A result of Pinsker is used to simply and directly complete the proof of the theorem.

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IEEE Transactions on Information Theory  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 6 )