Localized random and arbitrary errors in the light of arbitrarily varying channel theory

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CENTRAL problem in coding theory consists in finding A bounds for the maximal size, say N ( n . 2t + 1, q ) , of a t error correcting code over a q ary alphabet with blocklength n. This code concept is suited for communication over a q ary channel with input and output alphabet X = (0, 1,. . . , q l}, when a word of length n sent by the encoder is changed… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/18.370122

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@article{Ahlswede1995LocalizedRA, title={Localized random and arbitrary errors in the light of arbitrarily varying channel theory}, author={Rudolf Ahlswede and Leonid A. Bassalygo and Mark Semenovich Pinsker}, journal={IEEE Trans. Information Theory}, year={1995}, volume={41}, pages={14-25} }