Partitioned linear block codes for computer memory with 'stuck-at' defects

  title={Partitioned linear block codes for computer memory with 'stuck-at' defects},
  author={Chris Heegard},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Information Theory},
Alisrruct-Linear block codes are studied for improving the reliability of message storage in computer memory with stuck-at defects and noise. The case when the side information about the state of the defects is available to the decoder or to the encoder is considered. In the former case, stuck-at cells act as erasures so that techniques for decoding linear block codes for erasures and errors can be directly applied. We concentrate on the compli-mentary problem of incorporating stuck-at… CONTINUE READING
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