Издательство Springer, 2006, -1137 pp.

The Center for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF) of the University of Bielefeld hosted a research group under the title General Theory of Information Transfer and Combinatorics, abbreviated as GTIT-C, from October 1, 2001 to September 30, 2004. As head of the research group the editor shaped the group’s scientific directions and its personal composition.

He followed ideas, problems and results which had occupied him during the past decade and which seem to extend the frontiers of information theory in several directions. The main contributions concern information transfer by channels. There are also new questions and some answers in new models of source coding. While many of the investigations are in an explorative state, there are also hard cores of mathematical theories. In particular, a unified theory of information transfer was presented, which naturally incorporates Shannon’s Theory of Information Transmission and the Theory of Identification in the presence of noise as extremal cases. It provides several novel coding theorems. On the source coding side the concept of identification entropy is introduced. Finally, beyond information theory new concepts of solutions for probabilistic algorithms arose.

In addition to this book there will be a special issue of Discrete Applied Mathematics General Theory of Information Transfer and Combinatorics in three parts, which covers primarily work with a stronger emphasis on the second component, combinatorics. It begins with an updated version of General Theory of Information Transfer in order to make the theory known to a broader audience and continues with other new directions such as bioinformatics, search, sorting and ordering, cryptology and number theory, and networks with many new suggestions for connections.

It includes in a special volume works and abstracts of lectures devoted to the great Levon Khachatrian at the memorial held for him during the Opening Conference, November 4-9, 2002.

In a preparatory year, October 1, 2001 – September 30, 2002, guided by the general concepts and ideas indicated and described in greater detail in the present introduction, researchers and research institutions were approached worldwide in order to find out which possible participants might be and which more concrete projects could be realized in the main research year, October 1, 2002 to August 31, 2003.

Central events in this phase were two weekly preparatory meetings in February: General Theory of Information Transfer, abbreviated as GTIT, and Information in Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities and Engineering. Abstracts of the lectures can be found at

The main goals were to test the applicability of the GTIT, particularly identification, and to strive for new information phenomena in the sciences, which can be modelled mathematically. Readers are strongly advised to read the Introduction for guidance.

Introduction.

Rudolf Ahlswede – From 60 to 66.

Information Theory and Some Friendly Neighbors – Ein Wunschkonzert.

I Probabilistic Models.

Identification for Sources.

On Identification.

Identification and Prediction.

Watermarking Identification Codes with Related Topics on Common Randomness.

Notes on Conditions for Successive Refinement of Information.

Coding for the Multiple-Access Adder Channel.

Bounds of E-Capacity for Multiple-Access Channel with Random Parameter.

Huge Size Codes for Identification Via a Multiple Access Channel Under a Word-Length Constraint.

Codes with the Identifiable Parent Property and the Multiple-Access Channel.

II Cryptology – Pseudo Random Sequences.

Transmission, Identification and Common Randomness Capacities for Wire-Tape Channels with Secure Feedback from the Decoder.

A Simplified Method for Computing the Key Equivocation for Additive-Like Instantaneous Block Encipherers.

Secrecy Systems for Identification Via Channels with Additive-Like Instantaneous Block Encipherer.

Large Families of Pseudorandom Sequences of k Symbols and Their Complexity – Part I.

Large Families of Pseudorandom Sequences of k Symbols and Their Complexity – Part II.

On a Fast Version of a Pseudorandom Generator.

On Pseudorandom Sequences and Their Application.

Authorship Attribution of Texts: A Review.

III Quantum Models.

Raum-Zeit und Quantenphysik – Ein Geburtstagsst?ndchen f?r Hans-J?rgen Treder.

Quantum Information Transfer from One System to Another One.

On Rank Two Channels.

Universal Sets of Quantum Information Processing Primitives and Their Optimal Use.

An Upper Bound on the Rate of Information Transfer by Grover’s Oracle.

A Strong Converse Theorem for Quantum Multiple Access Channels.

Identification Via Quantum Channels in the Presence of Prior Correlation and Feedback.

Additive Number Theory and the Ring of Quantum Integers.

The Proper Fiducial Argument.

On Sequential Discrimination Between Close Markov Chains.

Estimating with Randomized Encoding the Joint Empirical Distribution in a Correlated Source.

On Logarithmically Asymptotically Optimal Hypothesis Testing for Arbitrarily Varying Sources with Side Information.

On Logarithmically Asymptotically Optimal Testing of Hypotheses and Identification.

Correlation Inequalities in Function Spaces.

Lower Bounds for Divergence in the Central Limit Theorem.

V Information Measures – Error Concepts – Performance Criteria.

Identification Entropy.

Optimal Information Measures for Weakly Chaotic Dynamical Systems.

Report on Models of Write–Efficient Memories with Localized Errors and Defects.

Percolation on a k-Ary Tree.

On Concepts of Performance Parameters for Channels.

Appendix: On Common Information and Related Characteristics of Correlated Information Sources.

VI Search – Sorting – Ordering – Planning.

Q-Ary Ulam-Renyi Game with Constrained Lies.

Search with Noisy and Delayed Responses.

A Kraft–Type Inequality for d–Delay Binary Search Codes.

Threshold Group Testing.

A Fast Suffix-Sorting Algorithm.

Monotonicity Checking.

Algorithmic Motion Planning: The Randomized Approach.

VII Language Evolution – Pattern Discovery – Reconstructions.

Information Theoretic Models in Language Evolution.

Zipf’s Law, Hyperbolic Distributions and Entropy Loss.

Bridging Lossy and Lossless Compression by Motif Pattern Discovery.

Reverse–Complement Similarity Codes.

On Some Applications of Information Indices in Chemical Graph Theory.

Largest Graphs of Diameter 2 and Maximum Degree 6.

An Outside Opinion.

Problems in Network Coding and Error Correcting Codes Appended by a Draft Version of S. Riis Utilising Public Information in Network Coding.

IX Combinatorial Models.

Coverings.

On the Thinnest Coverings of Spheres and Ellipsoids with Balls in Hamming and Euclidean Spaces.

Appendix: On Set Coverings in Cartesian Product Spaces.

Partitions.

Testing Sets for 1-Perfect Code.

On Partitions of a Rectangle into Rectangles with Restricted Number of Cross Sections.

Isoperimetry.

On Attractive and Friendly Sets in Sequence Spaces.

Remarks on an Edge Isoperimetric Problem.

Appendix: On Edge–Isoperimetric Theorems for Uniform Hypergraphs.

Isodiametry.

Appendix: Solution of Burnashev’s Problem and a Sharpening of the Erd?os/Ko/Rado Theorem.

Networks.

Realization of Intensity Modulated Radiation Fields Using Multileaf Collimators.

Sparse Asymmetric Connectors in Communication Networks.

X Problem Section.

Finding CNRI(W), the Identification Capacity of the AVC W, if Randomization in the Encoding Is Excluded.

Intersection Graphs of Rectangles and Segments.

Cutoff Rate Enhancement.

Some Problems in Organic Coding Theory.

Generalized Anticodes in Hamming Spaces.

Two Problems from Coding Theory.

Private Capacity of Broadcast Channels.

A Short Survey on Upper and Lower Bounds for Multidimensional Zero Sums.

Binary Linear Codes That Are Optimal for Error Correction.

Capacity Problem of Trapdoor Channel.

Hotlink Assignment on the Web.

The Rigidity of Hamming Spaces.

A Conjecture in Finite Fields.

Multiparty Computations in Non-private Environments.

Some Mathematical Problems Related to Quantum Hypothesis Testing.

Designs and Perfect Codes.

Special Issue of Discrete Applied Mathematics: General Theory of Information Transfer and Combinatorics List D.

Bibliography of Publications by Rudolf Ahlswede.

# Ahlswede R., B?umer L., Cai N., Aydinian H., Blinovsky V., Deppe C., Mashurian H. (eds.) General Theory of Information Transfer and Combinatorics

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