Capacity achieving code constructions for two classes of (d,k) constraints

@article{Sankarasubramaniam2006CapacityAC,
  title={Capacity achieving code constructions for two classes of (d,k) constraints},
  author={Yogesh Sankarasubramaniam and Steven W. McLaughlin},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Theory},
  year={2006},
  volume={52},
  pages={3333-3343}
}
This correspondence presents two variable-rate encoding algorithms that achieve capacity for the (d,k) constraint when k=2d+1, or when k-d+1 is not prime. The first algorithm, symbol sliding, is a generalized version of the bit flipping algorithm introduced by Aviran In addition to achieving capacity for (d,2d+1) constraints, it comes close to capacity in other cases. The second algorithm is based on interleaving and is a generalized version of the bit stuffing algorithm introduced by Bender… CONTINUE READING

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