Optimal interleaving for burst errors in Generalized Concatenated codes

@article{Blaum2008OptimalIF,
  title={Optimal interleaving for burst errors in Generalized Concatenated codes},
  author={Mario Blaum and Jorge Campello de Souza and Ksenija Lakovic and Bruce A. Wilson and Shaohua Yang},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory},
  year={2008},
  pages={1818-1822}
}
Generalized concatenation (GC) of Reed-Solomon (RS) codes is a powerful technique to enhance the error-correcting capability of RS codes without resorting to large finite fields. However, interleaving a GC scheme in the standard column-wise way significantly reduces the burst-correcting capability of such scheme. In this paper, we present techniques that optimize the burst-correcting capability of some GC schemes. 

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