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Codes for Distributed Data Compression

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This will be a tutorial talk about constructing codes for distributed compression, also called the “Slepian-Wolf” model. In this model, Alice the encoder wants to send a compressed version of her sequence X to Bob the decoder who has a correlated sequence Y. This problem has found application in several areas such as video coding, file synchronisation and sensor networks. After reviewing the information-theoretic result, I will describe how to construct codes for this model using cosets of linear codes.

(Please note the 13:45 start. We have to finish by 15:00)

This talk is part of the Communications Research Group Seminar series.

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