AuthorChien, R. T.
AffiliationUniversity of Illinois
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AbstractRecent developments in algebraic coding theory, particularly in the area of decoding techniques, has made the block coding approach much more attractive for practical systems. Advances have been made in decoding algorithms, implementation and software approaches covering such areas as burst correction, random error correction and the correction of multiple bursts. In this paper a review is given on these recent developments from the point of view of applications. These developments shall be discussed with regard to decoding complexity, computational methods, hardware and software considerations, throughput and cost effectiveness tradeoffs.
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