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2018

Highly Cited

2018

A compact encoding process with three phases is proposed for quasi-cyclic low-density parity-check (QC-LDPC) codes. A back… Expand

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2012

Highly Cited

2012

A matrix-theoretic approach for studying quasi-cyclic codes based on matrix transformations via Fourier transforms and row and… Expand

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2010

Highly Cited

2010

Quasi-cyclic LDPC codes are the most promising class of structured LDPC codes due to their ease of implementation and excellent… Expand

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2007

Highly Cited

2007

In the late 1950s and early 1960s, finite fields were successfully used to construct linear block codes, especially cyclic codes… Expand

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Highly Cited

2004

Highly Cited

2004

A class of algebraically structured quasi-cyclic (QC) low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes and their convolutional counterparts… Expand

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Highly Cited

2001

Highly Cited

2001

Low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes can be considered serious competitors to turbo codes in terms of performance and complexity… Expand

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Highly Cited

2001

Highly Cited

2001

This paper presents a geometric approach to the construction of low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes. Four classes of LDPC codes… Expand

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Highly Cited

1999

Highly Cited

1999

We present a class of convolutional codes defined by a low-density parity-check matrix and an iterative algorithm for decoding… Expand

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Highly Cited

1993

Highly Cited

1993

Zero-knowledge proofs were introduced in 1985, in a paper by Goldwasser, Micali and Rackoff ([6]). Their practical significance… Expand

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1962

Highly Cited

1962

A low-density parity-check code is a code specified by a parity-check matrix with the following properties: each column contains… Expand

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