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Chapter 10 Error Detection and Correction

Chapter 10 Error Detection and Correction

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The Hamming distance between two word i th b f diffds is the number of differences between corresponding bits. 10.25. Example 10.4 Let us find the Hamming distance between two pairs of words. 1. The Hamming distance d(000, 011) is2because 2. The HiHamming distance d(10101, 11110) is 3 because

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Tutorial: Checksum and CRC Data Integrity Techniques for ...

Tutorial: Checksum and CRC Data Integrity Techniques for ...

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Hamming Distance 2 (HD=2); some two-bit errors are undetected. 18 Fletcher Checksum • Use two running one’s complement checksums – For fair comparison, each running sum is half width – E.g., 16-bit Fletcher Checksum is two 8-bit running sums – Initialize: A = 0; B = 0;

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A Neural Probabilistic Language Model - Journal of Machine ...

A Neural Probabilistic Language Model - Journal of Machine ...

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objects are almost maximally far from each other in hamming distance. A useful way to visualize how different learning algorithms generalize, inspired from the view of ... 1. n-grams withn up to 5 (i.e. 4 words of context) have been reported, though, but due to data scarcity, most predictions

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Linear Codes - Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Linear Codes - Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

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parity-check matrix H has minimum distance (exactly) d if and only if every set of d-1 columns of H are linearly independent, and some set of d columns are linearly dependent. Hence this theorem could be used to determine the minimum distance of a …

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Metric Spaces - UiO

Metric Spaces - UiO

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distance we get when we stop at a third pont z along the way, i.e. d(x,y) ≤ d(x,z)+d(z,x) It turns out that these conditions are the only ones we need, and we sum them up in a formal definition. Definition 1.1.1 A metric space (X,d) consists of a non-empty set X and a function d : …

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3F3 5 Design of FIR Filters - Vyssotski

3F3 5 Design of FIR Filters - Vyssotski

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10 (1+δ p) dB, or peak-to-peak passband ripple ≅ 20 log 10 (1+2δ p) dB; minimum stopband attenuation = -20 log 10 (δ s) dB. Example: δ p= 6% peak-to-peak passband ripple ≅ 20 log 10 (1+2δ p) = 1dB; δ s = 0.01 minimum stopband attenuation = -20 log 10 (δ s) = 40dB. The band-edge frequencies ω s and ω p are often called corner ...

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