Professional Group on Information Theory, IRE, 1959, 298 pages, diagrams.
Condition: Very Good overall, light and dark green heavy paper covers, 8.5x11, some edgewear and rubbing to all cover margins, slight spine lean but binding is sound and secure, pages clean and unmarked.
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Item DescriptionTransactions of the 1959 International Symposium on Circuit and Information Theory, held in Los Angeles, California, June 16-18, 1959. Contents include Nonstationary Smoothing and Prediction using Network Theory Concepts by S. Darlington; A New Kind of Matched Filter, by HP Deart; Nonlinear System Characterization and Optimization, by AG Bose;
Coding Theory - Canonical forms for Information-Lossless finite-state logical machines, by DA Huffman; Group COde equivalence and optimum codes, by Fontaine and Peterson; Multi-error correcting codes for a binary arithmetic channel, by Kim and Freiman; How to Grow your own Trees from cut-set or tie-set matrices, by E A Guillemin; The Theory of Switching Nets, by M Yoeli; Signal, Noise and Detection Theories -- THe Representation of Signals by RM LErner; Some Results on noise through circuits, by WM Brown;
Functional Equations in Adaptive processes and Random transmission, by Bellman and Kalaba; On passive one-way systems, by H Gamo; and much more.