New paper accepted at IEEE ISIT 2022

Our new paper “Typical Random Coding Exponent for Finite-State Channels” has been presented at the 2022 IEEE International Symposium of Information Theory that was held at the Aalto University in Finland in June.The paper is a joint work with Albert Guillén i Fàbregas and Joep Font Segura. This work was funded by: Beatriu de Pinós…

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New paper presented at IEEE ISIT 2021

Channel codes enable reliable transmission of information. For this reason, they are widely used in applications like mobile communication networks, server farms, fiber-optic communication, DVD, Blue Rays, deep space communication and many more. Now, how easy is it to find a “good” channel code? It was known that, under some conditions, if you pick at…

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Special Issue “Information Theory for Delay-Constrained Data Compression and Communication”

As Guest Editor, I am happy to announce that the new Entropy Special Issue “Information Theory for Delay-Constrained Data Compression and Communication” is open for submissions! More information here The issue deals with fundamental theoretical aspects that are pivotal in the contexts of #IoT, #5G, real-time video streaming from #UAVs and robotic communications These are topics I am…

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