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Codage Universel et Identification d’ordre par Sélection de Modèles
 
Elisabeth Gassiat University Paris-Sud, Orsay, France
A publication of the Société Mathématique de France
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Codage Universel et Identification d’ordre par Sélection de Modèles
Elisabeth Gassiat University Paris-Sud, Orsay, France
A publication of the Société Mathématique de France
Available Formats:
Softcover ISBN:  978-2-85629-782-7
Product Code:  COSP/21
List Price: $67.00
AMS Member Price: $53.60
Please note AMS points can not be used for this product
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    Volume: 212014; 140 pp
    MSC: Primary 62; 68;

    A note to readers: This book is in French.

    These notes are at the interface between information theory and statistics. They highlight how universal coding and adaptive compression are linked with the statistical inference of random processes, by maximum likelihood or Bayesian methods.

    The author starts with classic tools for dealing with finite alphabets, then presents the recent theory of universal coding in infinite aphabets. She shows how it is used to solve problems of order identification, in particular for hidden Markov models.

    Readership

    Postgraduate students and research mathematicians interested in universal coding and order identification.

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Volume: 212014; 140 pp
MSC: Primary 62; 68;

A note to readers: This book is in French.

These notes are at the interface between information theory and statistics. They highlight how universal coding and adaptive compression are linked with the statistical inference of random processes, by maximum likelihood or Bayesian methods.

The author starts with classic tools for dealing with finite alphabets, then presents the recent theory of universal coding in infinite aphabets. She shows how it is used to solve problems of order identification, in particular for hidden Markov models.

Readership

Postgraduate students and research mathematicians interested in universal coding and order identification.

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