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New results on coding of stationary nonergodic sources

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Two results on the coding of stationary nonergodic sources are presented. The first is a source coding theorem stating that there exist variable-rate codes with performance arbitrarily close to the rate-distortion function of the stationary nonergodic source. The second is a converse information transmission theorem. It is shown that the distortion which results when the source is transmitted across a channel with capacityCis no less than the least distortion achievable by fixed-rate codes with rateC.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:25 ,  Issue: 2 )