By Seibt P.
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PN −1 ). Let C = C1 be an associated binary preﬁx code, and let l be the average word length of its code words. For n ≥ 1 let us encode as follows: x = aj1 aj2 · · · ajn −→ c(x) = c(aj1 )c(aj2 ) · · · c(ajn ). Let Cn be the ensuing code; n ≥ 1. (a) Show that Cn is a binary preﬁx code associated with p(n) , n ≥ 1. (b) Show that we have, for each Cn : li = l. (c) Give a necessary and suﬃcient condition for all the Cn to be optimal (with respect to p(n) ). 3 Arithmetic Coding The arithmetic coding is a dynamic version (presented by a recursive algorithm) of Shannon block encoding (with continually increasing block lengths).
2) True or false: if s1 s2 · · · sn is the beginning of the source stream, then its code word c(s1 s2 · · · sn ) is the beginning of the code stream? 100 · · · 0 ∗ [ which looks dangerous for renormalization. Try to control the situation numerically. Will we need an algorithmic solution (exceptional case)? Remark In arithmetic coding, the sequence of source symbols s1 s2 · · · sn will be encoded and decoded progressively; this allows us to implement an adaptive version of arithmetic coding which will learn progressively the actual probability distribution p(n) (after the production of the ﬁrst n source symbols).
PN −1 ). Let us pass to an encoding of blocks in n letters. Let C be an associated Huﬀman code, and let li be the average word length of the code words per initial symbol. Then we have: 1 H(p) ≤ li < H(p) + . n Proof Let ln = p(x)l(x) be the average length of the code words of C. We have the following estimation: H(p(n) ) ≤ ln < H(p(n) ) + 1. But H(p(n) ) = n · H(p), ln = n · li ; whence the ﬁnal result. Exercises (1) Consider a binary source which produces one bit per unit of time (for example, every µs).
Algorithmic Information Theory: Mathematics of Digital Information by Seibt P.