Collaborative Decoding of Interleaved Reed–Solomon Codes and Concatenated Code Designs

@article{Schmidt2009CollaborativeDO,
  title={Collaborative Decoding of Interleaved Reed–Solomon Codes and Concatenated Code Designs},
  author={Georg Schmidt and Vladimir Sidorenko and Martin Bossert},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Theory},
  year={2009},
  volume={55},
  pages={2991-3012}
}
Interleaved Reed-Solomon codes are applied in numerous data processing, data transmission, and data storage systems. They are generated by interleaving several codewords of ordinary Reed-Solomon codes. Usually, these codewords are decoded independently by classical algebraic decoding methods. However, by collaborative algebraic decoding approaches, such interleaved schemes allow the correction of error patterns beyond half the minimum distance, provided that the errors in the received signal… CONTINUE READING
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