Effros, Michelle (1998) Optimal modeling for complex system design. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 15 (6). pp. 51-73. ISSN 1053-5888 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:EFFieeespm98
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The article begins with a brief introduction to the theory describing optimal data compression systems and their performance. A brief outline is then given of a representative algorithm that employs these lessons for optimal data compression system design. The implications of rate-distortion theory for practical data compression system design is then described, followed by a description of the tensions between theoretical optimality and system practicality and a discussion of common tools used in current algorithms to resolve these tensions. Next, the generalization of rate-distortion principles to the design of optimal collections of models is presented. The discussion focuses initially on data compression systems, but later widens to describe how rate-distortion theory principles generalize to model design for a wide variety of modeling applications. The article ends with a discussion of the performance benefits to be achieved using the multiple-model design algorithms.
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|Subject Keywords:||data compression; modelling; optimisation; rate distortion theory; source coding; source code design; source coding theory; universal source coding|
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