Refined Strong Converse for the Constant Composition Codes

2020-06-01
Cheng, Hao-Chung
Nakiboğlu, Barış
A strong converse bound for constant composition codes of the form P (n) e ≥ 1-An -0.5(1-E0sc(R,W,p))e-nEsc(R,W,p) is established using the Berry-Esseen theorem through the concepts of Augustin information and Augustin mean, where A is a constant determined by the channel W , the composition p, and the rate R, i.e., A does not depend on the block length n.

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Citation Formats
H.-C. Cheng and B. Nakiboğlu, “Refined Strong Converse for the Constant Composition Codes,” 2020, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/47908.