|Title:||Lossless Sliding-Block Compression of Constrained Systems
|Authors:||John L. Fan, Brian H. Marcus, Ron M. Roth
|Abstract:||A method is presented for designing lossless sliding-block compression schemes that map constrained sequences onto unconstrained ones. The new compression scheme is incorporated into a coding technique for noisy constrained channels, which has applications to magnetic and optical storage. As suggested recently by Immink, the use of a lossless compression code can improve the performance of a modified concatenation scheme where the positions of the error-correcting code and constrained code are reversed (primarily in order to eliminate error-propagation due to the constrained code). Examples are presented that demonstrate the advantage of using sliding-block compression over block compression in a noisy constrained setting.|
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