TALK  |  Quadratic Gaussian Multiterminal Source Coding

Date released: Jul 6, 2012


  •  TALK   Quadratic Gaussian Multiterminal Source Coding
  • Date & Time:

    Friday, July 6, 2012; 12:00 PM

  • Abstract:

    Driven by a host of emerging applications, distributed source coding has assumed renewed interest in the past decade. Although the Slepian-Wolf theorem has been known for almost 40 years and progresses have been made recently on the rate region of quadratic Gaussian two-terminal source coding, finding the sum-rate bound of quadratic Gaussian multiterminal source coding with more than two terminals is still an open problem. In this talk, I'll briefly go over existing results on distributed source coding problems before describing a set of new results we obtained recently.

  • Speaker:

    Zixiang Xiong
    Texas A&M University

    Zixiang Xiong received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1996 from UIUC. He is a professor in the ECE dept of Texas A&M University. His research interests are network information theory, code design and applications, networked multimedia and biomedical image processing.

  • MERL Host:

    Anthony Vetro

  • External Link:

    http://lena.tamu.edu/

  • Research Area:

    Multimedia