Marion Jeanne

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—Several recent publications have shown that joint source-channel decoding could be a powerful technique to take advantage of residual source redundancy for fixed-and variable length source codes. This letter gives an in-depth analysis of a low-complexity method recently proposed by Guivarch et al., where the redundancy left by a Huffman encoder is used at(More)
Several recent publications have shown that joint source-channel decoding (JSCD) could be a powerful technique for taking advantage of residual source redundancy. Furthermore, it appeared that the principle could also be successfully applied to variable length codes (VLCs). This paper gives an in-depth analysis of a new method recently proposed in [1], [2](More)
This paper describes the application of a joint source channel decoding technique (JSCD) of variable length codes (VLCs), presented at first by Guiv-arch et al., in the context of future public land mobile telecommunication systems (FPLMTS) involving UMTS channel codes and OFDM modulation. OFDM parameter sets have been adjusted both to the UMTS chip rate(More)
Two different approaches providing a joint optimization of source and channel decoding are compared for the decoding of variable length codes. The first one is based on a source−controlled channel decoding principle while the second one applies the turbo principle between the channel and source decoders. Different variants of these two approaches are(More)
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