Martão, Vanessa Beatriz

Códigos Polares são códigos de bloco lineares com baixo custo computacional que tem grande potencial para serem utilizados na tecnologia 5G, devido a comprovação de que atingem o limite da capacidade de canal de Shannon. Esses códigos são essencialmente binários, sendo implementados em canais simétricos e sem memória. O objetivo desse trabalho foi ...

Gerchinovitz, Sebastien Ménard, Pierre Stoltz, Gilles

We extend Fano's inequality, which controls the average probability of events in terms of the average of some f--divergences, to work with arbitrary events (not necessarily forming a partition) and even with arbitrary [0,1]--valued random variables, possibly in continuously infinite number. We provide two applications of these extensions, in which ...

magnot, jean-pierre

We review how gauge theories, initial introduced for classical mechanics and quantum led theory, seem to apply to many fields of research such as information theory, computer science, economy, biology. This non-exhaustive list raises natural question on future developments of this theory. Short Communication How gauge theories appear in information...

magnot, jean-pierre

We review how gauge theories, initial introduced for classical mechanics and quantum led theory, seem to apply to many fields of research such as information theory, computer science, economy, biology. This non-exhaustive list raises natural question on future developments of this theory. Short Communication How gauge theories appear in information...

Bustamante, Gabriel Danès, Patrick Forgue, Thomas Podlubne, Ariel Manhes, Jérôme

In static scenarios, binaural sound localization is fundamentally limited by front-back ambiguity and distance non-observability. Over the past few years, "active" schemes have been shown to overcome these shortcomings, by combining spatial binaural cues with the motor commands of the sensor. In this context, given a Gaussian prior on the relative ...

Bustamante, Gabriel Danès, Patrick Forgue, Thomas Podlubne, Ariel Manhes, Jérôme

In static scenarios, binaural sound localization is fundamentally limited by front-back ambiguity and distance non-observability. Over the past few years, "active" schemes have been shown to overcome these shortcomings, by combining spatial binaural cues with the motor commands of the sensor. In this context, given a Gaussian prior on the relative ...

Bustamante, Gabriel Danès, Patrick Forgue, Thomas Podlubne, Ariel Manhes, Jérôme

In static scenarios, binaural sound localization is fundamentally limited by front-back ambiguity and distance non-observability. Over the past few years, "active" schemes have been shown to overcome these shortcomings, by combining spatial binaural cues with the motor commands of the sensor. In this context, given a Gaussian prior on the relative ...

Kang, Bo Lijffijt, Jefrey Santos-Rodríguez, Raúl De Bie, Tijl

The information in high-dimensional datasets is often too complex for human users to perceive directly. Hence, it may be helpful to use dimensionality reduction methods to construct lower dimensional representations that can be visualized. The natural question that arises is how do we construct a most informative low dimensional representation? We ...

Kang, Bo Lijffijt, Jefrey Santos-Rodríguez, Raúl De Bie, Tijl

The information in high-dimensional datasets is often too complex for human users to perceive directly. Hence, it may be helpful to use dimensionality reduction methods to construct lower dimensional representations that can be visualized. The natural question that arises is how do we construct a most informative low dimensional representation? We ...

Emily, Mathieu

Over the last few years, case-control genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have proven to be asuccessful tool to identify genomic regions associated with complex diseases. Nevertheless, current GWAS still heavily rely on a single-marker strategy, in which each biological marker (or SNP for single nucleotide polymorphism) is tested individually fo...