2 edition of Unidirectional error correcting/detecting codes found in the catalog.
Unidirectional error correcting/detecting codes
Der Jei Lin
Written in English
|Statement||by Der Jei Lin.|
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CHEE AND ZHANG: OPTIMAL Q-ARY ERROR CORRECTING/ALL UNIDIRECTIONAL ERROR DETECTING CODES TABLE I VALUES OFnq(a,T) FROM LEMMAS 18 AND 20 obtained. In Section IV, we apply concatenation method to various codes with good Hamming distance to get results (iii)-(vi). In Section V, we improve results in  and determine completely n3(a,t +1) for ~drzhangx/papers/ TRUDEVICE workshop, , Grenoble. On the Use of Error Detecting and Correcting Codes to Boost Security in Caches against Side Channel
of maximum magnitude l if and only if x i − e i ≤ x0 i ≤ x i. Figure 1 illustrates the difference between the traditional q-ary asymmetric channel and the q-ary asymmetric channel IET members benefit from discounts to all IET publications and free access to E&T Magazine. If you are an IET member, log in to your account and the discounts will automatically be ://
Error-Correcting Codes, by Professor Peterson, was originally published in Now, with E. J. Weldon, Jr., as his coauthor, Professor Peterson has extensively rewritten his material. The book contains essentially all of the material of the first edition; however, the authors state that because there has been so much new work published in › Books › Computers & Technology › Computer Science. q–ary codes capable of correcting all unidirectional errors of certain level 1 ≤ l ≤ q − 2 are considered. We also discuss some related extremal combinatorial ://
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Burst Unidirectional Error-Detecting Codes \/ B. Bose. Systematic Unidirectional Burst Detecting Codes \/ M. Blaum. Code Correcting Nonsymmetric Bursts of Errors During Data Exchange Between Computers \/ A.A. Davydov, A.G. Dzodzuashvili and G.M.
Tenegol\'ts -- Ch. :// The theory and design of systematic t-unidirectional error-detecting codes are developed. Optimal systematic codes capable of detecting 2, 3, and 6 unidirectional errors using 2, 3, and 4 check Abstract.
Graduation date: An extensive theory of symmetric error control coding has been developed in the last few decades. The recently developed VLSI circuits B. Parhami and A. Avizienis, “Detection of storage errors in mass memories using low cost arithmetic codes”, IEEE Trans.
Comput., vol. C, pp. –, Apr A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the :// Efficient byte unidirectional error correcting codes that are better than byte symmetric error Unidirectional error correcting/detecting codes book codes are presented.
The encoding and decoding algorithms The design of binary block codes that are capable of correcting up to t symmetric errors and detecting all unidirectional errors is discussed.
A class of systematic t-symmetric-error-correcting/all of t-unidirectional error-detecting codes over Zm. Krishnan, Panigrahy and Parthasarathy  develop the error-correcting codes necessary to implement error-resilient ternary content addressable memories.
They prove that the rate (ratio of data bits to total number of bits in the codewords) of the specialized error-correcting codes necessary We can see that by giving up the capability of correcting errors in the additional checkbits and limiting Table 4.
2-IEC/A-UED and 2-IEC/A-UED Table 5. 3-IEC/A-UED and 3-EC/A-UED s s k n Tao Proposed di6 r n* r n* 7 13 8 21 4 17 4 9 17 9 28 4 21 5 16 26 12 38 5 31 7 22 31 12 43 5 36 7 51 83 15 78 6 89 9 52 64 I5 79 8 70 9 18 7 Short Biography: I am an Associate Professor at School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC).
From toas a Research Fellow, I spent five years in Yeow Meng Chee's group at the Nanyang Technological University and one year in Ian M. Wanless's group at Monash University. ~drzhangx.
Codes capable of detecting double byte unidirectional errors are also given. Published in: IEEE Transactions on Computers (Volume: 41, Issue: 12, Dec ) Article #:?arnumber= Optimal unidirectional error-detecting codes.
Abstract. Graduation date: Various problems related to systematic error-detecting\ud and error-correcting unidirectional codes are discussed.\ud Systematic codes with r check bits are the main topic of\ud the thesis.
Classes of codes are presented which work for\ud specific numbers of In order to achieve fault tolerance, highly reliable system often require the ability to detect errors as soon as they occur and prevent the speared of erroneous information throughout the system.
Thus, the need for codes capable of detecting and is usually limited, while the number of unidirectional errors can be large. For this reason, it is useful to consider codes that are capable of correcting a relatively small number of random errors and detecting any number of unidirectional errors.
Considerable attention has been paid to this problem, see for example –. Specifically, t-EC/AUED codes constructed from an even-weight t-EC linear code are shown to require a shorter suffix than when a general t-EC linear code is used.
The t-EC/AUED codes obtained in this manner are thoroughly compared to the best known codes, and The constructions give some codes with two check bytes, whereas single-byte-error-correcting codes with two check bytes cannot correct two or more random errors. This paper also gives a construction of random- and burst-error-correcting codes for asymmetric :// In order to achieve fault tolerance, highly reliable system often require the ability to detect errors as soon as they occur and prevent the speared of erroneous information throughout the system.
Thus, the need for codes capable of detecting and correcting byte errors are extremely important since many memory systems use b-bit-per-chip organization. Redundancy on the chip must be put to make IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTERS, VOL.
43, NO. IO, OCTOBER Brief Contributions Theory and Design of t-Unidirectional Error-Correcting and &Unidirectional Error-Detecting Code D. Ray-Chaudhuri, N.
Singhi, S. Sanyal, and P. Subramanian Absfmct- The basic theory of t-UEC (I-UED codes is developed. Methods for construction of such codes from symmetric error-correcting CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): In order to achieve fault tolerance, highly reliable system often require the ability to detect errors as soon as they occur and prevent the speared of erroneous information throughout the system.
Thus, the need for codes capable of detecting and correcting byte errors are extremely important since many memory systems ?doi= Codes which can correct t symmetric errors and detect all unidirectional errors have been shown to be useful in fault-tolerant applications.
They prov. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Absfmct- The basic theory of t-UEC (I-UED codes is developed. Methods for construction of such codes from symmetric error-correcting and asymmetric error-correcting codes are developed. Some bounds for t-EC (I-UED codes are improved.
Furthermore, it is shown that these codes can be easily decoded. Also in this correspondence we have presented a generalization of Berger codes over Zq; these new codes are also shown to be ://