Points we hope to Establish in the Talk

1. There are a great many different types of channels providing

reliable transmission of data but some of the most widely used are

seldom studied as such.

2. In formalizing these one needs to be open to a range of

ideas coming from analysis, algebra and geometry.

3. For some real world problems involving digital computing and

neural information processing, differential inclusions can be natural

and effective in characterizing these.

4. There often exists a type of “matched filter” which is effective in

decoding such signals.

5. It seems probable that there are many applications of these ideas.

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