Ten Most Significant Papers

  1. “Supertranslation Hair of Schwarzschild Black Hole: A Wilson Line Perspective”, S. Choi, S. S. Pradhan, and R. Akhoury, Journal of High Energy Physics, January 2020.
  2. “Faithful simulation of distributed quantum measurements with applications in distributed rate distortion theory, M. Heidari, T. A. Atif, and S. S. Pradhan, arxiv:1901.06788, 2019.
  3. “A New Achievable Rate-Distortion Region for Distributed Source Coding”, F. Shirani, S. S. Pradhan, arXiv:1906.08810.
  4. “Achievable rate region for three user discrete broadcast channel based on coset codes”, A. Padakandla and S. S. Pradhan, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, April, 2018.
  5. “Error exponents for multiple-access channels: Upper bounds”, A. Nazari, S. S. Pradhan and A. Anastasopoulos, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, July 2015.
  6. “Multilevel Polarization of Polar Codes Over arbitrary Discrete Memoryless Channels”, A. G. Sahebi and S. S. Pradhan, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, December 2013.
  7. “Distributed source coding using abelian group codes: A new achievable rate-distortion region”, D. Krithivasan and S. S. Pradhan, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, March 2011
  8. “A graph-based framework for transmission of correlated sources over multiple access channels”, S. S. Pradhan, S. Choi and K. Ramchandran, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, December, 2007.
  9. “Source coding with feedforward: Rate-distortion theorems and error exponents for a general source”, R. Venkataramanan and S. S. Pradhan, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, June, 2007.
  10. “Distributed source coding using Syndromes (DISCUS): Design and Construction”, S. S. Pradhan and K. Ramchandran, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, March, 2003.