Te Sun Han

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Te Sun Han (born 1941, Kiryū) is a Korean Japanese information theorist and winner of the 2010 Shannon Award. He has made significant contributions concerning the interference channel[1] and information spectrum methods.[2] In 1990, he was elected an IEEE Fellow for contributions to the theory of multiuser information systems and distributed signal detection systems.


  1. ^ Te Han, K. Kobayashi,"A new achievable rate region for the interference channel", Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on, Vol. 27, No. 1. (1981), pp. 49-60.
  2. ^ Te Sun Han, Information-Spectrum Method in Information Theory . Springer, 2003

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