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Wireless Broadcast Using Network Coding
In this paper, we propose some network coding schemes to reduce the number of broadcast transmissions from one sender to multiple receivers with independent and uncorrelated packet losses. Expand
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Lee Distance and Topological Properties of k-ary n-cubes
In this paper, we consider various topological properties of a k-ary n-cube (Q/sub n//sup k/) using Lee distance. Expand
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Theory of Unidirectional Error Correcting/Detecting Codes
  • B. Bose, T. Rao
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Computers
  • 1 September 1978
We present some basic theory on unidirectional error correcting/detecting codes. Expand
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On efficient high-order spectral-null codes
We show that S(N,2) is equivalent to a well-known class of single-error correcting and all unidirectional-error detecting codes, and derive new efficient recursive design methods for second-order spectral-null codes which are less redundant than the codes found in the literature. Expand
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Systematic Unidirectional Error-Detecting Codes
The theory and design of systematic t-unidirectional error-detecting codes are developed. Expand
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Systematic, Single Limited Magnitude Error Correcting Codes for Flash Memories
We propose systematic codes for asymmetric limited magnitude channels that are able to correct a single error of limited magnitude. Expand
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A hybrid network coding technique for single-hop wireless networks
In this paper, we investigate a hybrid network coding technique to be used at a wireless base station (BS) or access point (AP) to increase the throughput efficiency of single-hop wireless networks. Expand
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Unidirectional error correction/detection for VLSI memory
  • B. Bose
  • Computer Science
  • ISCA '84
  • 1984
Unidirectional error protecting codes for VLSI memories are described. After developing the theory of unidirectional error detection and correction, optimal systematic codes capable of detectingExpand
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On balanced codes
In a balanced code each codeword contains equally many 1's and 0's. Expand
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Edge Disjoint Hamiltonian Cycles in k-Ary n-Cubes and Hypercubes
  • M. M. Bae, B. Bose
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Trans. Computers
  • 1 October 2003
Solutions for decomposing a higher dimensional torus to edge disjoint lower dimensional tori, in particular, edge Disjoint Hamiltonian cycles are obtained based on the coding theory approach. Expand
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