Book Name: Information Theory and Coding by Example
Author: Mark Kelbert, Yuri Suhov
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
File size: 2.80 MB
File format: PDF
Information Theory and Coding by Example Pdf Book Description:
This basic monograph introduces both probabilistic and algebraic elements of information theory and coding. It has developed from the authors’ years of experience teaching at the undergraduate level, such as many Cambridge Maths Tripos classes.
The publication offers relevant background material, a vast selection of worked examples and apparent answers to problems from actual examination documents. It’s a valuable teaching aid for graduate and undergraduate students, or even for engineers and researchers who wish to grasp the fundamental principles.
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