Academics

Curriculum

Academics

Curriculum

Curriculum

Introduction to Information Theory and Coding

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Research
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Classification
Prerequisite

This lecture provides a short introduction to essential topics in information theory for communication engineers. The topics include 1) measures of information and source, 2) Data compression, 3) Channel Capacity and Error Control Codes, 4) a very short description of rate-distortion theory.

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EE210

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EE321

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