cyclic code


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cyclic code

[′sīk·lik ′kōd]
(computer science)
A code, such as a binary code, that changes only in one digit when going from one number to the number immediately following, and in that digit by only one unit.
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This implies that C is a linear cyclic code over [Z.
i]] classical cyclic code equipped with m-metric and having generator polynomial [g.
Keywords Quaternary cyclic code, self-orthogonal code, quantum error-correcting code.
In particular, Jacques Wolfmann studied within this framework the notion of cyclic code (code which is invariant by the action of the cyclic group of permutations: particular case of affine groups).
The essential quality of a cyclic code is that any cyclic permutation or end-around shift of a code word results in another code word.
issued a press release announcing that its patent application for a special form of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), called Cyclic Code Phase Multiple Access (CPMA) has been awarded under US patent US6108317.
If G is cyclic, this code is called a cyclic code, a code which is invariant under the right cyclic shift.
STM), (Nasdaq NM:STMI) today announced that its patent application for a special form of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA), called Cyclic Code Phase Multiple Access (CPMA) has been awarded under US patent US6108317.
By combining filter, Viterbi and cyclic code co-processors with an 80 MHz DSP56300 core, the DSP56305 performs all the signal processing required by a single radio carrier, executing functions that have previously required up to five separate DSPs.
Later chapters cover Reed-Solomon codes, cyclic codes, frames, and convolutional codes.
In this paper, we will focus on one specific type of LDPC codes, namely the difference-set cyclic codes (DSCCs), which is widely used in the Japanese teletext system or FM multiplex broadcasting systems.
One of the most important works that use the part of the automorphism group to decode cyclic codes is the algorithm of Chana et al [6-7].
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