Jeremie Ezri

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— Scaling laws are a powerful way to analyze the performance of moderately sized iteratively decoded sparse graph codes. Our aim is to provide an easily usable finite-length optimization tool that is applicable to the wide variety of channels, blocklengths, error probability requirements, and decoders that one encounters for practical systems. The tool is(More)
— The 'threshold' of a code ensemble can be defined as the noise level at which the block error probability curve crosses 1/2. For ensembles of low-density parity check codes used over the binary erasure channel, the behavior of the threshold for large blocklengths is known in detail. It is characterized by an asymptotic threshold value, and a(More)
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