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Self-Organising Lists

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Self organising lists are used in data compression to substitute a source with an unknown alphabet with an ordered monotone non-increasing probability mass function. I will explain how they works, and define a number of properties that we would like to prove about them. I will show which of those properties have been proved and which are still open problems.

This talk is part of the Communications Research Group Seminar series.

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