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P.O.B 653 Beer-Sheva 84105, Israel.
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312 in Building
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Information theory, wireless communication systems, cognitive radio, channel with side information, coordination and source coding, Markov decision processes, optimization, statistical signal processing.

Basic course:

Introduction to information and coding theory (361-1-3761) will be taought in the 2nd semester of 20013/14.

Advanced course:

Multi-User Information Theory (361-2-2061) 2009 was given in the 1st semester of 2009/10.

Multi-User Information Theory 2 (361-2-3061) 2010 is taought in 1st Semester of 20010/11.

Multi-User Information Theory (361-2-2061) 2011 is given in the 1st semester of 2011/12.

Multi-User Information Theory 2 (361-2-3061) 2012 is given in the 1st semester of 2012/13.

Students who are intersted in communication or in the combintion of math and engineering are welcome to contact me for research position.

Introduction to information and coding theory (361-1-3761) will be taought in the 2nd semester of 20013/14.

Advanced course:

Multi-User Information Theory (361-2-2061) 2009 was given in the 1st semester of 2009/10.

Multi-User Information Theory 2 (361-2-3061) 2010 is taought in 1st Semester of 20010/11.

Multi-User Information Theory (361-2-2061) 2011 is given in the 1st semester of 2011/12.

Multi-User Information Theory 2 (361-2-3061) 2012 is given in the 1st semester of 2012/13.

Students who are intersted in communication or in the combintion of math and engineering are welcome to contact me for research position.

*Cooperation and Multiple Acees Channels with States *

H. Permuter,
S.
Shamai,
and A. Somekh-Baruch,
“Message and
state cooperation in multiple access channels,” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory Vol. 57, pp 6379-6396, Oct 2011.[Slides]

H. Permuter and H. Asnani “Multiple Access Channel with Partial and Controlled Cribbing Encoders,” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory Vol. 59, pp 2252-2266 , Oct 2013.[Slides]

Dealyed state information

U. Basher, A. Shirazi and H. Permuter, “Capacity Region of Finite State Multiple-Access Channel with Delayed State Information at the Transmitters” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory Vol. 58, pp 189-206, 2012. [Slides]

O. Simeone and H. Permuter “Source Coding When the Side Information May Be Delayed” accepted
to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory.

Encoders and Delayed CSI” submitted to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. [Slides]

** Communication Through Finite State Channels, Possibly with Feedback**:

H. Permuter, P. Cuff, B. Van Roy, and T. Weissman, “Capacity of the Trapdoor Channel with Feedback,”

H. Permuter,
T.
Weissman
and
A.
Goldsmith, “Finite state
channels with time-invariant deterministic feedback,” * IEEE
Trans.** Info.
Theory, Feb 2009. *
[Slides]

H. Permuter, J.
Chen and
T. Weissman,
“Capacity
Region of the Finite-State Multiple Access Channel with and without
Feedback,” *IEEE
Trans. Info. Theory,* June 2009

L. Zhao and H. Permuter “Zero-error feedback capacity via dynamic programming,” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. Vol. 56, June 2010. [Slides]

J. Chen, H. Permuter, and T. Weissman, “Tighter Bounds on the Capacity of Finite-State Channels via Markov Set-Chains,” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. Vol. 56, pp 3660 - 3691, Aug. 2010

O. Elischo and H. Permuter
“Capacity and coding for the Ising Channel with Feedback,” * *submitted
to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. [Slides]

H. Permuter, H. Asnani and T. Weissman, “Capacity of a POST Channel with and without Feedback,” submitted to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. [Slides]

*Coordination
and Rate Distortion:*

T.
M. Cover
and H. Permuter,
“Capacity
of Coordinated Actions,”
* ISIT 2007, Nice, France.*[Slides]

P. Cuff, H. Permuter, T. M. Cover. “Coordination Capacity.” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. Vol. 56, Sep. 2010.

H. Permuter, Y. Steinberg and T. Weissman, “Two-way source coding with a helper,” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, Vol. 56, pp 2905 - 2919, June 2010 [Slides]

J. Wang, J. Chen, L. Zhao, P. Cuff, H. Permuter, “On the Role of the Reﬁnement Layer in Multiple Description Coding and Scalable Coding” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, Vol. 57, pp 1443 - 1456, March 2011 [Slides]H. Permuter and T. Weissman, “Cascade and Triangular Source Coding with Side Information at the First Two Nodes ” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. Vol. 58, pp 3339-3349, 2012..[Slides]

Y.K. Chia, H. Permuter and T. Weissman,
“Cascade, Triangular and Two Way Source Coding with

degraded side information at the second user” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, Vol. 58, pp 189 -206, Jan 2012

I. Naiss and H. Permuter, “Extension of the Blahut-Arimoto Algorithm for Maximizing Directed Information” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, Vol. 59, pp 204 -222, 2013.[Slides]

I. Naiss and H. Permuter, “Computable Bounds for Rate Distortion with Feed-Forward for Stationary and Ergodic Sources” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, Vol. 59, pp 760 -781, 2013.

Y. -H Kim, H. Permuter and T. Weissman, “Directed Information, Causal Estimation, and Communication in Continuous Time,” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory, Vol. 59, pp 1271-1287, 2013.[Slides]

J. Jiantao, H. H. Permuter, Z. Lei, Y.-H
Kim and T.
Weissman,
“Universal Estimation of Directed Information” accepted
to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. [code] [Slides]

*Actions in communication *

T.
Weissman
and H. Permuter , “Source
Coding with a Side Information “Vending Machine” ” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory

Vol. 57, pp 4530-4544, 2011

H. Asnani, H. Permuter and T. Weissman,
“Probing Capacity” IEEE Trans. Info. Theory Vol. 57, pp 7317-7332, 2011.

L. Dikstein, H. Permuter and , S. Shamai,,
“MAC with Action-Dependent State Information at One Encoder”

submitted
to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory. [Slides]

H. Asnani, H. Permuter and T. Weissman,
“To Feed or Not to Feed Back” submitted
to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory.

B Ahmadi, H. Asnani, O. Simeone and H. Permuter ,
“Information Embedding on Actions” submitted
to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory.

*Source coding with cooperation/cribbing *

H. Asnani, H. Permuter and T. Weissman, “Successive Refinement with Decoder Cooperation and its Channel Coding Duals” submitted
to IEEE Trans. Info. Theory.

**Image
and signal processing:**

H. Permuter and
J.M.
Francos
, “Estimating
the orientation of planar Surfaces: Algorithms and Bounds.” *IEEE
Trans. Info. Theory*, vol. 46 pp. 1908-1920, August 2000.

J.M.
Francos
and H. Permuter, “Parametric
Estimation of Orientation of Textured Planar Surfaces,”
*IEEE Trans. Image Process.*, vol. 10, pp. 403-418,
March 2001. [ Slides]

H. Permuter,
J.M. Francos
and
I.
Jermyn “A
study of Gaussian mixture models of color and texture features for
image classification and segmentation,” *Pattern
Recognition
*vol. 39, pp. 695-706, February 2006.
(Conf. version)

IEEE Information theory society, Information Theory student resources, ISIT 2013, movie on Shannon, Information theory on wikipedia.

Haim Permuter received his B.Sc. (summa cum laude) from Ben-Gurion University (BGU) and Ph.D. from Stanford University, both in in Electrical Engineering, in 1997 and 2008, respectively. Between 1997-2004, he served as a scientific research officer in an R&D unit in the Israeli Defense Forces. In summer 2002 he worked for IBM, Almaden research center. He is a recipient of several rewards including Eshkol Fellowship, Wolf Award, Fulbright Fellowship, Stanford Graduate Fellowship, and Allon Fellowship. Haim joined the faculty of Electrical Engineering Department at BGU in Oct 2008, and is now an associate proffesor.