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Error control coding - fundamentals and applications
This book explains coding for Reliable Digital Transmission and Storage using Trellis-Based Soft-Decision Decoding Algorithms for Linear Block Codes and Convolutional Codes, and some of the techniques used in this work.
Error Control Coding
Error Control Coding (2nd Edition) by Shu Lin, Shu, Costello, Daniel J. Costello Jr. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible.
Low-density parity-check codes based on finite geometries: A rediscovery and new results
Long extended finite-geometry LDPC codes have been constructed and they achieve a performance only a few tenths of a decibel away from the Shannon theoretical limit with iterative decoding.
Channel Codes: Classical and Modern
Preface 1. Coding and capacity 2. Finite fields, vector spaces, finite geometries and graphs 3. Linear block codes 4. Convolutional codes 5. Low-density parity-check codes 6. Computer-based design of…
Soft-decision decoding of linear block codes based on ordered statistics
A novel approach to soft decision decoding for binary linear block codes that achieves a desired error performance progressively in a number of stages and is terminated at the stage where either near-optimum error performance or a desired level of error performance is achieved.
Automatic-repeat-request error-control schemes
Various types of ARQ and hybrid ARQ schemes, and error detection using linear block codes are surveyed, and errors in these schemes are found to be low.
A Hybrid ARQ Scheme with Parity Retransmission for Error Control of Satellite Channels
It is shown that the proposed hybrid ARQ scheme provides both high system throughput and high system reliability, particularly attractive for error control in high-speed data communication systems with significant roundtrip delays, such as satellite channels.
Two simple stopping criteria for turbo decoding
This paper presents two simple and effective criteria for stopping the iteration process in turbo decoding with a negligible degradation of the error performance based on the cross-entropy (CE) concept.
Construction of Quasi-Cyclic LDPC Codes for AWGN and Binary Erasure Channels: A Finite Field Approach
- L. Lan, L. Zeng, Y. Tai, Lei Chen, Shu Lin, K. Abdel-Ghaffar
- Mathematics, Computer ScienceIEEE Transactions on Information Theory
- 1 July 2007
Finite fields can be successfully used to construct algebraic low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes for iterative soft-decision decoding and these codes are quasi-cyclic (QC) and perform very well over the additive white Gaussian noise, binary random, and burst erasure channels with iterative decoding.