Information Theory

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Courier Corporation, 1965 - Mathematics - 339 pages
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Excellent introduction treats three major areas: analysis of channel models and proof of coding theorems; study of specific coding systems; and study of statistical properties of information sources. Appendix summarizes Hilbert space background and results from the theory of stochastic processes. Advanced undergraduate to graduate level. Bibliography.
 

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Contents

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Professor Emeritus of Mathematics at the University of Illinois, Robert Ash is the author of three other Dover books: Basic Abstract Algebra, Basic Probability Theory, and Complex Variables and Information Theory.

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