Error control coding : fundamentals and applications / Shu Lin, Daniel J. Costello.

By: Lin, Shu, 1937-Contributor(s): Costello, Daniel J, 1942-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson-Prentice Hall, c2004Edition: 2nd edDescription: xii, 1260 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9788131734407 (pbk)Subject(s): Error-correcting codes (Information theory)DDC classification: 005.72 LOC classification: | 2011
Contents:
1. Coding for reliable digital transmission and storage -- 2. Introduction to algebra -- 3. Linear block codes -- 4. Important linear block codes -- 5. Cyclic codes -- 6. Binary BCH codes -- 7. Nonbinary BCH codes, Reed-Solomon Codes, and decoding algorithms -- 8. Majority-logic decodable and finite geometry codes -- 9. Trellises for linear block codes -- 10. Reliability-based soft-decision decoding algorithms for linear block codes / Mark P. C. Fossorier -- 11. Convolutional codes -- 12. Optimum decoding of convolutional codes -- 13. Suboptimum decoding of convolutional codes -- 14. Trellis-based soft-decision decoding algorithms -- 15. Concatenated coding, code decomposition and multistage decoding -- 16. Turbo coding -- 17. Low-density parity-check codes -- 18. Trellis-coded modulation -- 19. Block coded modulation -- 20. Burst-error-correcting codes -- 21. Burst-error-correcting convolutional codes -- 22. Automatic-repeat-request strategies -- A. Tables of galois fields -- B. Minimal polynomials of elements in GF(2[superscript m]) -- C. Generator polynomials of binary primitive BCH codes of length up to 2[superscript 10]-1.
Review: "This book is well suited as a text for a first course in coding theory at either the beginning graduate or advanced undergraduate level. Because of its comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theory and practical application of error control coding systems and its many lists of optimum codes, the book is also ideal as a reference for practicing digital system designers."--BOOK JACKET.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Coding for reliable digital transmission and storage -- 2. Introduction to algebra -- 3. Linear block codes -- 4. Important linear block codes -- 5. Cyclic codes -- 6. Binary BCH codes -- 7. Nonbinary BCH codes, Reed-Solomon Codes, and decoding algorithms -- 8. Majority-logic decodable and finite geometry codes -- 9. Trellises for linear block codes -- 10. Reliability-based soft-decision decoding algorithms for linear block codes / Mark P. C. Fossorier -- 11. Convolutional codes -- 12. Optimum decoding of convolutional codes -- 13. Suboptimum decoding of convolutional codes -- 14. Trellis-based soft-decision decoding algorithms -- 15. Concatenated coding, code decomposition and multistage decoding -- 16. Turbo coding -- 17. Low-density parity-check codes -- 18. Trellis-coded modulation -- 19. Block coded modulation -- 20. Burst-error-correcting codes -- 21. Burst-error-correcting convolutional codes -- 22. Automatic-repeat-request strategies -- A. Tables of galois fields -- B. Minimal polynomials of elements in GF(2[superscript m]) -- C. Generator polynomials of binary primitive BCH codes of length up to 2[superscript 10]-1.

"This book is well suited as a text for a first course in coding theory at either the beginning graduate or advanced undergraduate level. Because of its comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theory and practical application of error control coding systems and its many lists of optimum codes, the book is also ideal as a reference for practicing digital system designers."--BOOK JACKET.

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