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A trellis code construction and coding theorem for stationary Gaussian sources (Corresp.)

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For stationary discrete-time Gaussian sources and the squared-error distortion measure, a trellis source code is constructed. The encoder consists of a Karhunen-Loeve transform on the source output followed by a search on a trellis structured code, where the decoder is a time-variant nonlinear filter. The corresponding code theorem is proved using the random coding argument. The proof technique follows that of Viterbi and Omura, who proved the trellis coding theorem for memoryless sources. The resultant coding scheme is implementable and applicable at any nonzero rate to a stationary Gaussian source with a bounded and continuous power spectrum. Therefore. for stationary sources, it is more general than Berger's tree coding scheme, which is restricted to autoregressive Gaussian sources in a region of high rate (low distortion).

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 6 )