Category Archives: Signal Processing

Code Monkey

During my years as a student, I sometimes encountered a disdain in others for writing code. In some cases, the term “code monkey” would get used against someone who enjoyed writing code. Something never quite felt right about that term. … Continue reading

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Shannon Meets Shannon

He’s met almost everyone else: Wiener, Bode, Bellman, Carnot, Tesla, Marconi, and of course, Shortz. Bad jokes aside, in an attempt to understand the inverse water filling solution from rate-distortion theory better, I put together some rough notes attempting to connect it and the sampling … Continue reading

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