On the Matrix and Additive Communication Channels

Abstract

The notion of a communication channel is one of the key notions in information theory but like the notion “information” it has not any general mathematical definition. The existing examples of the communication channels: the Gaussian ones; the binary symmetric ones; the ones with symbol drop-out and drop-in; the ones with error packets etc., characterize the distortions which take place in information conducted through the corresponding channel.

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Leontiev, V. , Movsisyan, G. , Osipyan, A. and Margaryan, Z. (2014) On the Matrix and Additive Communication Channels. Journal of Information Security, 5, 178-191. doi: 10.4236/jis.2014.54017.

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