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The source coding game with a cheating switcher

By Hari Palaiyanur

Abstract

Trans. Inform. Theory, 1971, considers the problem of finding the rate-distortion function for an adversarial source comprised of multiple known IID sources. The adversary, called the ‘switcher’, was allowed only causal access to the source realizations and the rate-distortion function was obtained through the use of a type covering lemma. In this paper, the rate-distortion function of the adversarial source is described, under the assumption that the switcher has non-causal access to all source realizations. The proof utilizes the type covering lemma and simple conditional, random ‘switching ’ rules. The rate-distortion function is once again the maximization of the R(D) function for a region of attainable IID distributions. I

Year: 2007
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