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Consider the (3,8) encoding function  e:B^3 --> B^8 defined by              

           e(000) = 00000000                 
        e(001) = 01110010                   
      e(010) = 10011100                  
       e(011) = 01110001                   
      e(100) = 01100101                   
      e(101) = 10110000                  
         e(110) = 11110000                      
      e(111) = 00001111                         and these are code words.            

      Let d be an (8,3) maximum likelihood decoding function  d:B^8 --> B^3       associated with e.        

        Determine the number of errors that (e,d) will correct.              

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Decoding of Binary Information and Error Correction (VI)
By:- Thokchom Sarojkumar Sinha

Consider the (3,8) encoding function defined by
e(000) = 00000000
e(001) = 01110010
e(010) = 10011100
e(011) = 01110001
e(100) = 01100101
e(101) = 10110000
e(110) = 11110000
e(111) = 00001111

and these are code words.
Let d be an (8,3) maximum likelihood decoding function
associated with e.
Determine the number of errors that (e,d) will correct.

Solution:- The minimum distance of the function e can be checked by computing
the minimum of the distances between all i.e., distinct pairs
of code words.
Finding the distances with the identity is obvious.
For
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