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Suboptimum decoding of block codes
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Suboptimum Decoding of Block Codes 1 Tadao Kasami Faculty of Engineering Science Osaka University Toyonaka, OsakaJapan Shu Lin Department of Electrical Engineering University of Hawaii at Manoa Honolulu, HawaiiU.S.A ABSTRACT This paper investigates a class of decomposable codes, their distance and structural properties.
Two soft-decision decoding algorithms for the (6, 3, 4) quaternary code hexacode are presented. Both algorithms realize half the minimum Euclidean distance of the code.
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Performance of concatenated coding systems is improved by the use of weighted-output intermediate decodings. However, this use implies a generally prohibitive complexity, especially for long codes. This paper is intended to study a suboptimum symbol-by-symbol weighted-output decoding process of block codes derived from the optimum : Rémi Sfez, J.
Belfiore. This technique achieves performance gains of approximately 1 dB and 7 dB over hard algebraic decoding in the AWGN and fading channel respectively. Although this decoding strategy is suboptimal compared to ML soft decision decoding, its complexity is relatively low and grows linearly with increasing block by: 1.
The problem of optimal decoding of block and lat- tice codes in additive white Gaussian noise channels is very interesting and has been studied intensively along the years. In practice, however, one is usual- ly willing to sacrifice some performance, or in other words optimality, for decoding complexity reduction.
G.S. Evseev, On the complexity of decoding linear codes. Problemy Peredachi Informatsii, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 3 - 8, MathSciNet Google ScholarCited by: In this article, maximum a posteriori single parity-check decoders are applied to the decoding of systematic binary algebraic block codes.
becomes prohibitive for block codes with As suggested by Gallager , one needs very long codes in order to approach channel capacity and the exhaustive search is not a realistic solution for those codes considered here with In Chase proposed a suboptimum algorithm of low complexity  for near-ML decoding of linear block Size: KB.
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Index Terms— Block codes, decoding, Dijkstra’s algorithm, maximum-likelihood, soft-decision, suboptimal. INTRODUCTION The use of block codes is a well-known error-control technique for. Trellises and Trellis-Based Decoding Algorithms for Linear Block Codes is intended for practicing communication engineers who want to have a fast grasp and understanding of the subject.
A bidirectional efficient algorithm for searching code trees (BEAST) is proposed for efficient soft-output decoding of block codes and concatenated block codes. The minimum distance, d min, of a linear block code is defined as the smallest Hamming distance between any pair of code vectors in the code.
Because the zero vector is a codeword, the minimum distance of a linear block code can be determined simply as the smallest Hamming weight of the nonzero code vectors in the code. In addition, for long codes, ML decoding becomes prohibitively complex.
Nevertheless, bounds on the performance of ML decoded systems provide insight into the effect of system parameters on the overall system performance as well as a measure of goodness of the suboptimum decoding methods used in Cited by: MAP decoding: The BCJR algorithm • Maximum a posteriori probability (MAP) decoding • Bahl-Cocke-Jelinek-Raviv (BCJR) algorithm () • Some of the best known linear block codes are tailbiting codes • Tables of optimum tailbiting codes are given in the book • DVB: Turbo codes with tailbiting component codes.
23File Size: KB. Abstract: Recently, a variety of full-rate, full-diversity quasi-orthogonal space-time block codes (QO-STBCs) have been designed. Though the quasi-orthogonality does reduce the decoding complexity from order of MQ N to MQ N/2 for Q-ary QAM modulation with N transmit and M receive antennas, there is still need for improvement.
Several simple suboptimum decoding algorithms were proposed but. In this correspondence, the bit-error probability P/sub b/ for maximum-likelihood decoding of binary linear block codes is investigated. The contribution PCited by: In particular, for the Reed-Muller codes of length, quasi SDML decoding performance is obtained at a computational complexity that is by far less than optimum,decoding using the syndrome,trellis .
decoding algorithm for block codes in 8-PSK and PSK constellations that provides a reduction in the decoding processing time, and a correction performance next to ideal (MLD or Viterbi  for BCM) for digital data transmission in a communication channel.
Also, results are shown with according to its implementation in the study of cases.Decoding Linear Block Codes Using a Priority-First Search: Performance Analysis and Suboptimal Version Yunghsiang S.
Han, Carlos R.P. Hartmann, and Kishan G. Mehrotra. March School of Computer and Information Science Syracuse University SuiteCenter for Science and Technology Syracuse, NY Cited by: Abstract: The general concept of closest coset decoding (CCD) is presented, and a soft-decoding technique for block codes that is based on partitioning a code into a subcode and its cosets is described.
The computational complexity of the CCD algorithm is significantly less than that required if a maximum-likelihood detector (MLD) is by: