Chou, Philip A. and Effros, Michelle (1993) Rate and distortion redundancies for universal source coding with respect to a fidelity criterion. In: IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, ISIT93, San Antonio, TX, 1722 January 1993. IEEE , Piscataway, NJ, p. 53. ISBN 0780308786 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:CHOisit93

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Rissanen has shown that there exist universal noiseless codes for {Xi} with perletter rate redundancy as low as (K log N)/2N, where N is the blocklength and K is the number of source parameters. we derive an analogous result for universal source coding with respect to the squared error fidelity criterion: there exist codes with perletter rate redundancy as low as (K log N)/2N and perletter distortion (averaged over X^N and θ) at most D(R)[1 + K/N], where D(r) is an average distortionrate function and K is now the number of parameters in the code.
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