General notes about "Information Theory"

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Four main chapters with a total of 13 chapters (files);   71 Exercises   ⇒   Two semester hours per week (HpW) lecture and one HpW exercise
     
Development of the German version:   2011–2015.       Development of the English version:   2021.      Last corrections:   September 2021

  • Basic materials   ⇒   Lecture manuscripts of the LNT:  [Meck09][1];  [Liv15][2];  [Kra16][3];  [Söd14][4];  Textbook: [Cov06][5]
  • Participating students in chronological order:      Martin Winkler (2001), Yven Winter, Franz Kohl, Bettina Hirner, Ji Li, Thorsten Kalweit, Slim Lamine, Johannes Schmidt, Hedi Abbes, Thomas Großer, Néjib Kchouk, Khaled Soussi, Alexander Happach, Felix Kristl, Martin Völkl, David Ginthör, Hussain Sandhu, Mohamed Ben Ahmed, Mohamed Nabil Babai, Marwen Ben Ammar, Wael Chaouch, Safwen Dridi, Mohamed Mansoor, Ayush Patel, Lukas Wolf, David Jobst, Jimmy He, Xiaohan Liu, Matthias Niller, Veronika Hofmann, André Schulz, Andrés Rosa Aparicio, Fatih Onur Özdemir, Noah Nagi, Carolin Mirschina (2021)


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  1. Mecking, M.:  Information Theory. Lecture manuscript, Chair of Communications Engineering, TU München, 2009.
  2. Liva, G.:  Channels Codes for Iterative Decoding. Lecture manuscript, Chair of Communications Engineering, TU München and DLR Oberpfaffenhofen, 2015.
  3. Kramer, G.:  Information Theory. Lecture manuscript, Chair of Communications Engineering, TU München, 2016.
  4. Söder, G.:  Wertdiskrete Informationstheorie.  Guidance  (in German)  for the experiment of the same name in the practical course "Simulation of digital transmission systems"; Lecture manuscript, Chair of Communications Engineering, TU München, 2014.
  5. Cover, T. M.; Thomas, J. A.: Elements of Information Theory. West Sussex: John Wiley & Sons, 2nd Edition, 2006.