2016 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT)
This is the landmark international conference of the IEEE Information Theory Society. The conference will seek original contributions in: Coding theory and practice, Communication theory, Compression, Cryptography and data security, Detection and estimation, Information theory and statistics, Information theory in networks, Multi-terminal information theory, Pattern recognition and learning, Quantum information theory, Sequences and complexity, Shannon theory, Signal processing, Source coding
We consider collusion-resistant fingerprinting codes for multimedia content. We show that the corresponding IPP-codes may trace all guilty users and at the same time have exponentially many code words. We also establish an equivalence between signature codes for the A-channel and multimedia fingerprinting codes and prove that the rate of the best t-signature codes for A-channel is at least Θ(t-2). Finally, we construct a family of t-signature codes for the A-channel with polynomial decoding complexity and rate Θ(t-3).