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Wireless Broadcast Using Network Coding
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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
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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
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We present some basic theory on unidirectional error correcting/detecting codes. Expand
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On efficient high-order spectral-null codes
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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