An efficient variable-length code construction for iterative source-channel decoding

@article{Thobaben2009AnEV,
  title={An efficient variable-length code construction for iterative source-channel decoding},
  author={Ragnar Thobaben and Joerg Kliewer},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Communications},
  year={2009},
  volume={57}
}
  • Ragnar Thobaben, Joerg Kliewer
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    IEEE Transactions on…
    2009
  • Computer Science
  • We present a novel variable-length code (VLC) construction which exhibits an inherent error correcting capability due to the exclusive presence of codewords with even Hamming weight. Besides error robustness, the proposed code construction features a similar codeword length distribution as Golomb-Rice codes, and therefore, in particular for sources with exponentially distributed symbols, has good source compression properties at the same time. We show that in a source channel coding framework… CONTINUE READING

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