Hamilton - Joint Source-Channel Coding

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What distortion can be achieved for transmitting a source over a channel? This is the joint source-channel coding (JSCC) problem, one of classic problems in information theory. It was solved by Shannon for point-to-point setting, but still remains open for multi-user setting, such as broadcast scenario.



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  • McMaster University
  • 1280 Main Street West
  • Hamilton, Ontario
  • Canada L8S4L8
  • Building: ITB
  • Room Number: A311

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  • Jun Chen, Chair, Joint Chapter of Communications, Information Theory, and Signal Processing Societies



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Dr. Lei Yu

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Joint Source-Channel Coding

What distortion can be achieved for transmitting a source over a channel? This is the joint source-channel coding (JSCC) problem, one of classic problems in information theory. It was solved by Shannon for point-to-point setting, but still remains open for multi-user setting, such as broadcast scenario.