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By Chris Heegard, Stephen B. Wicker (auth.)

When the fiftieth anniversary of the start of knowledge conception was once celebrated on the 1998 IEEE foreign Symposium on Informa­ tion conception in Boston, there has been loads of mirrored image at the the yr 1993 as a serious 12 months. because the years move and extra perspec­ tive is received, it's a really secure guess that we'll view 1993 because the 12 months while the "early years" of blunders regulate coding got here to an finish. This was once the 12 months within which Berrou, Glavieux and Thitimajshima pre­ sented "Near Shannon restrict Error-Correcting Coding and deciphering: faster Codes" on the overseas convention on Communications in Geneva. of their presentation, Berrou et al. claimed combi­ kingdom of parallel concatenation and iterative deciphering delivers trustworthy communications at a sign to noise ratio that's inside a number of tenths of a dB of the Shannon restrict. approximately fifty years of striving to accomplish the promise of Shannon's noisy channel coding theorem had come to an finish. the consequences of this end result have been instantly obvious to all -coding earnings at the order of 10 dB may be used to dramatically expand the variety of conversation receivers, bring up info charges and providers, or considerably lessen transmitter energy degrees. The 1993 ICC paper set in movement a number of examine efforts that experience completely replaced the way in which we glance at errors keep watch over coding.

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7, are shift invariant or aperiodic. In this case the trellis satisfies the equivalence relation3 TJI - TJI+l. , starting and ending states). Two trellises are equivalent if there is a one-to-one correspondence on states and paths. CHAPTER 2. Tj ~ Tj+P. BINARY CODES, GRAPHS, AND TRELLISES 19 All practical trellises are periodic for some value of period P; the fundamental period of a trellis is the smallest period P of the trellis. An example of a periodic trellis is the repeated concatenation of a fixed block code with blocklength n; such a trellis has a period equal to the blocklength, P = n.

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6To ensure that an encoder is non-catastrophic, it suffices to show that the all D's codeword is uniquely generated by the all D's state sequence following a single self-loop labeled with O. 34 code(s) are non-linear codes; the flawed code was not catastrophic and could not be fixed by a change of encoder - there are "bad" nonlinear codes. 8Minimal encoders are not unique although they must all have the same trellis structure under trellis equivalence. CHAPTER 2. BINARY CODES, GRAPHS, AND TRELLISES 23 Minimal encoders are always non-catastrophic, while the converse is not true.

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