Talks

2009

Harnessing Extreme Value Theory to an Information Theoretic Problem
Iterative Schemes for Discrete Lossy Compression
Mutual Information, Relative Entropy, and the Relationship Between Causal and Non-Causal Mismatched Estimation in AWGN Channels
Iterative Schemes for Lossy Compression of an Unknown Source
Where is the Action in Information Theory?

2008

Rate Distortion via Markov Chain Monte Carlo
Rate-Distortion, Noise Removal, and MCMC
How to Clean Up Discrete Data
Discrete to Analog and Back: The DUDE Framework for Denoising Discrete and Analog Data
Lossy Compression via Markov Chain Monte Carlo

2007

The DUDE framework for continuous tone image denoising
Discrete Denoising with Shifts
An Information Theorist Cleans Up Discrete Data
Overview on entropy rate of hidden Markov processes
Cleaning Up Discrete Data: An Information Theoretic Approach
The DUDE framework for Discrete Denoising and (some of) its applications

2006

The Role of Noisy Feedback in Communication
Robustness and Sensitivity of the Schalkwijk-Kailath Scheme

2005

Source Coding with Limited Side Information Lookahead at the Decoder
On Coding with Feedback in the Presence of Side Information
Discrete Denoising for Channels with Memory
New bounds on the entropy rate of hidden Markov processes

2004

Asymptotics for the entropy rate of a hidden Markov process
Universal Minimax Discrete Denoising under Channel Uncertainty
Discrete Universal Filtering Through Incremental Parsing

2003

On optimal filtering and entropy rate of a hidden Markov process
Context-Based Denoising: Universally Optimal, Practical Schemes
On the Optimality of Symbol by Symbol Filtering and Denoising

2002

DUDE: A New Approach for Recovering Noise-Corrupted Data
Universal Discrete Denoising: Known Channel
On Causal Source Codes with Side Information

2001

Scanning and Prediction in Multi-Dimensional Data Arrays
Universal Schemes for Attaining the Finite-State Predictability in the Presence of Noise

2000

On Universal Compression of Multi-Dimensional Data Arrays Using SelfSimilar Curves
Twofold Universal Prediction Schemes for Noisy Data

1999

Prediction Relative to a Set of Experts in the Presence of Noise