Information Theory and Applications II [electronic resource] : 4th Canadian Workshop Lac Delage, Québec, Canada, May 28–30, 1995 Selected Papers / edited by Jean-Yves Chouinard, Paul Fortier, T. Aaron Gulliver.

By: Chouinard, Jean-Yves [editor.]Contributor(s): Fortier, Paul [editor.] | Gulliver, T. Aaron [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 1133Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1996Description: XII, 312 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540706472Subject(s): Computer science | Data encryption (Computer science) | Coding theory | Computer software | Combinatorics | Telecommunication | Computer Science | Coding and Information Theory | Data Encryption | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Combinatorics | Communications Engineering, NetworksAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 003.54 LOC classification: QA268Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The algebraic structure of codes invariant under a permutation -- A method for combining algebraic geometric Goppa codes -- Some best rate 1/p quasi-cyclic codes over GF(5) -- Information leakage of a randomly selected boolean function -- On the use of periodic timebase companding in the scrambling of stationary processes -- A novel approach to spread spectrum communication using Linear Periodic Time-Varying filters -- On random-like codes -- An alternative approach to the design of interleavers for block “turbo” codes -- Improved VLSI design for decoding concatenated codes comprising an irreducible cyclic code and a Reed-Solomon Code -- Non-minimal trellises for linear block codes -- Trellis complexity of linear block codes via atomic codewords -- Error correction for channels with substitutions, insertions, and deletions -- Reduced complexity soft-output maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation of 4-ary CPM signals transmitted over Rayleigh flat-fading channels -- A novel receiver structure for MPSK in the presence of rapidly changing phase -- Comparison of MFSK variants for a hybrid DS/FH-CDMA system in Rayleigh fading -- Finite-field wavelet transforms -- Choice of wavelets for image compression -- Information in Markov random fields and image redundancy -- Coding of image data via correlation filters for invariant pattern recognition: Some practical results -- Improving myoelectric signal classifier generalization by preprocessing with exploratory projections -- Chinese character recognition via orthogonal moments.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book constitutes the refereed postworkshop proceedings of the Fourth Canadian Workshop on Information Theory, held in Lac Delage, Quebec, in May 1995. The book contains 18 revised full papers selected from 30 workshop presentations; also included are three invited contributions. The book is divided into sections on algebraic coding, cryptography and secure communications, decoding methods and techniques, coding and modulation for fading channels, and signal processing and pattern recognition.
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The algebraic structure of codes invariant under a permutation -- A method for combining algebraic geometric Goppa codes -- Some best rate 1/p quasi-cyclic codes over GF(5) -- Information leakage of a randomly selected boolean function -- On the use of periodic timebase companding in the scrambling of stationary processes -- A novel approach to spread spectrum communication using Linear Periodic Time-Varying filters -- On random-like codes -- An alternative approach to the design of interleavers for block “turbo” codes -- Improved VLSI design for decoding concatenated codes comprising an irreducible cyclic code and a Reed-Solomon Code -- Non-minimal trellises for linear block codes -- Trellis complexity of linear block codes via atomic codewords -- Error correction for channels with substitutions, insertions, and deletions -- Reduced complexity soft-output maximum Likelihood Sequence Estimation of 4-ary CPM signals transmitted over Rayleigh flat-fading channels -- A novel receiver structure for MPSK in the presence of rapidly changing phase -- Comparison of MFSK variants for a hybrid DS/FH-CDMA system in Rayleigh fading -- Finite-field wavelet transforms -- Choice of wavelets for image compression -- Information in Markov random fields and image redundancy -- Coding of image data via correlation filters for invariant pattern recognition: Some practical results -- Improving myoelectric signal classifier generalization by preprocessing with exploratory projections -- Chinese character recognition via orthogonal moments.

This book constitutes the refereed postworkshop proceedings of the Fourth Canadian Workshop on Information Theory, held in Lac Delage, Quebec, in May 1995. The book contains 18 revised full papers selected from 30 workshop presentations; also included are three invited contributions. The book is divided into sections on algebraic coding, cryptography and secure communications, decoding methods and techniques, coding and modulation for fading channels, and signal processing and pattern recognition.

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