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parity check

[′par·əd·ē ‚chek]
(computer science)
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Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) codes have an (n, k) defined by m x n parity check matrix(PCM)[24], the majority of whose entries are 0.
The termination-checking step consists of two operations: tentative decision and parity check operation.
In [21], the authors consider that for codes having a sparse parity check matrix the syndrome elements can be assumed to be independent and therefore
RSCC of rate L/N is applied on each column of L bits, from which N-L parity check bits are obtained.
Let N(G) and N(H) be neutrosophic generator matrix and neutrosophic parity check matrix of N(C) respectively.
The parity check matrix of all six code classes consists of 24 columns and (1-R) *24 rows, with each entry describing a z-by-z sub-matrix which is either a permuted identity matrix or a zero matrix.
Advanced beamforming, Low-Density Parity Check (LDPC) code and SpaceTime Block Code (STBC) support for better coverage and more reliable connectivity.
The CDM-625 combines advanced Forward Error Correction such as VersaFEC([R]) and Low Density Parity Check codes with DoubleTalk([R]) Carrier-in-Carrier([R]) bandwidth compression, allowing for maximum savings under all conditions.
d] are encoded using the LDPC parity check matrix for FEC at the receiver.
This RAID level utilizes a parity check bit to analyze whether data has been lost or altered.
A critical piece of intelligence integrated into the new 28nm SoC is the LSI TrueStore RC5100, a 28nm read channel featuring third-generation LSI low-density parity check (LDPC) iterative decoding architecture.
The RC5100 is the industry's first 28nm read channel and features a new low-density parity check (LDPC) iterative decoding architecture, which enables HDD manufacturers to achieve increased areal density, higher yield and lower power consumption for HDDs.