Provided by: National University of Singapore
Date Added: Apr 2013
The authors consider the Gel'fand-Pinsker problem in which the channel and state are general, i.e., possibly non-stationary, non-memoryless and non-ergodic. Using the information spectrum method and a non-trivial modification of the piggyback coding lemma by Wyner, they prove that the capacity can be expressed as an optimization over the difference of a spectral inf- and a spectral sup-mutual information rate. They consider various specializations including the case where the channel and state are memoryless but not necessarily stationary.