Stochastic Decoding of Turbo Codes

@article{Dong2010StochasticDO,
  title={Stochastic Decoding of Turbo Codes},
  author={Quang Trung Dong and Matthieu Arzel and Christophe J{\'e}go and Warren J. Gross},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing},
  year={2010},
  volume={58},
  pages={6421-6425}
}
Stochastic computation is a technique in which operations on probabilities are performed on random bit streams. Stochastic decoding of forward error-correction (FEC) codes is inspired by this technique. This paper extends the application of the stochastic decoding approach to the families of convolutional codes and turbo codes. It demonstrates that stochastic computation is a promising solution to improve the data throughput of turbo decoders with very simple implementations. Stochastic fully… CONTINUE READING
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