Recent breakthroughs in the design and decoding of error-control codes ECCs show Existing software applications should be redesigned if programmers want to benefit from the performance offered by multi- and many-core architectures. Performance scalability now depends on the possibility of finding and exploiting enough Thread-Level Parallelism TLP in applications for using the increasing numbers of cores on a chip.
Video decoding is an example of an application domain with increasing computational requirements every new generation. This is due, on the one hand, to the Trellis decoding of block codes has attracted huge attention from specialists working in the area of error-control coding, since the technique has the potential of significant performance improvement in existing communication and information systems, such as mobile and personal radio systems, magnetic and optical storage devices, etc.
The material in the book is based on the research carried out by the authors during the last five years. It is suitable for use in information theory, Recent developments such as the invention of powerful turbo-decoding and irregular designs, together with the increase in the number of potential applications to multimedia signal compression, have increased the importance of variable length coding VLC. Providing insights into the very latest research, the authors examine the design of diverse near-capacity VLC codes in the context of wireless telecommunications.
The book commences with an introduction to Information Theory, followed This book grants the reader a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art in system-level memory management data transfer and storage related issues for complex data-dominated real-time signal and data processing applications. The authors introduce their own system-level data transfer and storage exploration methodology for data-dominated video applications. This methodology tackles the power and area reduction cost components in the architecture for this target domain, namely the Turbo Coding presents a unified view of the revolutionary field of turbo error control coding, summarizing recent results in the areas of encoder structure and performance analysis.
The book also introduces new material, including a general theory for the analysis and design of interleavers, and a unified framework for the analysis and design of decoding algorithms. Turbo Coding explains the basics of turbo error control coding in a straightforward manner, while making its potential This practical handbook provides communication systems engineers with guidance in the application of error-control coding. It emphasizes the fundamental concepts of coding theory while minimizing the use of mathematical tools This book contains papers presented at a special Symposium, Communications and Coding, held to celebrate the 60th birthday of Professor Paddy Farrell on 25th January Professor Farrell has made an outstanding contribution to the fields of digital communications in general, and error control in particular, with many significant publications and invited papers.
The themes of the Symposium reflect Professor Farrell's specialist interests over the years: error control coding, encryption Small enough to fit in a pocket yet serious enough to provide real answers, this primer is a must-have for architecture and history buffs, tourists, and churchgoers interested in decoding the styles and symbols of religious buildings. The horizon of the content is then extended to incorporate topics which have found their way into diverse standard systems. The book also elaborates on turbo equalisation by providing a detailed portrayal of recent advances in partial response modulation schemes using diverse channel codes.
A radically new aspect for this second edition is the discussion of multi-level coding and sphere-packing schemes, Extrinsic Information Transfer EXIT charts, as well as an introduction to the family of Generalized Low Density Parity Check codes. This new edition includes recent advances in near-capacity turbo-transceivers as well as new sections on multi-level coding schemes and of Generalized Low Density Parity Check codes. Computer-Hardware Evaluation of Mathematical Functions. Amos Omondi. Peter Hong. Andrea Goldsmith. Wireless Networking.
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