The last few years have witnessed rapid advancements in information and coding theory research and applications. This book provides a comprehensive guide to selected topics, both ongoing and emerging, in information and coding theory. Consisting of contributions from well-known and high-profile researchers in their respective specialties, topics that are covered include source coding; channel capacity; linear complexity; code construction, existence and analysis; bounds on codes and designs; space-time coding; LDPC codes; and, codes and cryptography. All of the chapters are integrated in a manner that renders the book as a supplementary reference volume or textbook for use in both undergraduate and graduate courses on information and coding theory. As such, it will be a valuable text for students at both undergraduate and graduate levels as well as instructors, researchers, engineers, and practitioners in these fields.J. Stern, A method for finding codewords of small weight, Coding Theory and Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer ... words in a linear code: Application to mceliecea#39;s cryptosystem and to narrow- sense bch codes of length 511, IEEE Trans.
|Title||:||Selected Topics in Information and Coding Theory|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2014-05-14|