On transmission of a continuous signal via a noiseless binary channel
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We study the problem of the transmission of currently observed time variable signals via a channel that is capable of sending a single binary signal only for each measurement of the underlying process. For encoding and decoding, we suggest a modification of the adaptive delta modulation algorithm. This modification ensures tracking of time variable signals. We obtained upper estimates for the error for the case of noiseless transmission
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