[talks] Colloquium Speaker- Gillat Kol, Thurs Dec 10, 12:30pm

Nicole E. Wagenblast nwagenbl at CS.Princeton.EDU
Wed Dec 9 10:00:00 EST 2015

Colloquium Speaker 
Gillat Kol, Institute for Advanced Study 
Thursday, December 10, 12:30pm 
Computer Science 105 

Interactive Information Theory 

In a profoundly influential 1948 paper, Claude Shannon introduced information theory and used it to study one-way data transmission problems over different channels, both noisy and noiseless. That paper initiated the study of error correcting codes and data compression, two concepts that are especially relevant today with the rise of the internet and data-intensive applications. 

In the last decades, interactive communication protocols are used and studied extensively, raising the fundamental question: To what extent can Shannon's results be generalized to the interactive setting, where parties engage in an interactive communication protocol? In this talk we will focus on the interactive analog of data compression in an attempt to answer the above question. 

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