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Introduction to Coding Theory Lecture Notes

Hamming distance. In general, we will assume that it is more likely to have less errors than more errors. Furthermore, we will assume an upper bound on the number of errors that occur (if we are wrong, then an incorrect message may be received). This “worst case” approach to coding is intuitively appealing within itself, in our opinion.


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