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An input-constrained channel, or simply a constraint, is a set of S of words that is generated by a finite labeled directed graph. In the context of coding, the study of constraints mainly aims at designing encoders that map unconstrained input words into words of S in a lossless manner. In most applications, the encoders are finite-state machines that map… (More)

- Daniel Abramovitch, David Towner, Craig Perlov, Josh Hogan, Michael Fischer, Carol Wilson +2 others
- 2000

1 Motivation Figure 1: A perspective schematic of high frequency wobbles. This paper presents an overview of a new method of write clock generation on rewritable DVD drives that eliminates many of the problems associated with reading rewritable disks in DVD-ROM drives. It is believed that such a format will provide tremendous benefits to the end user,… (More)

Consider a (d 1 k 1)-RLL constraint that is contained in a (d 2 k 2)-RLL constraint , where k 1 2d 1 and d 2 > 0, and x a codeword length q > k 2. It is shown that whenever there exist block decodable encoders with codeword length q for those two constraints, there exist such encoders where one is a subgraph of the otherr furthermore, both encoders can be… (More)

block decodable encoders, deterministic encoders, nested encoders, runlength-limited constraints Consider a (d1, k1)-RLL constraint that is contained in a (d2, k2)-RLL constraint, where k1 8 2d1 and d2 > 0, and fix a codeword length q > k2. It is shown that whenever there exist block decodable encoders with codeword length q for those two constraints, there… (More)

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