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    Coding of Binary Information and Error Detection (III)

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    Coding of Binary Information and Error Detection (III)

    Consider the (m,3m) encoding function e: B^m --> B^3m , where m = 4. For each of the received words, determine whether an error will be detected.

    (a) 011010011111 (b) 110110010110
    (c) 010010110010 (d) 001001111001

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    Coding of Binary Information and Error Detection (III)
    By:- Thokchom Sarojkumar Sinha

    Consider the (m,3m) encoding function e:B^m→B^3m , where m = 4. For each of the received words, determine whether an error will be detected.

    011010011111 (b) 110110010110
    (c) 010010110010 (d) 001001111001

    Solution:- Consider the (m,3m) encoding function e:B^m→B^3m .
    If b=b_1 b_2...b_m∈B^m ,
    then define
    e(b)=e(b_1 b_2...b_m )=b_1 b_2...b_m b_1 b_2...b_m b_1 b_2...b_m .

    Thus the encoding function repeats each word of B^m three times.

    Let m = ...

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    This is for solving the problems of Coding of Binary Information and Error Detection. This explains mainly for finding the error of the receiving word after transmission.
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