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A New Source Coding Scheme with Small Expected Length and Its Application to Simple Data Encryption

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We present a new source coding scheme with smaller expected length than Shannon-Fano-Elias codes. The ordering of source symbols input to the proposed encoding algorithm can be arbitrary. We show that this property leads to exponential complexity for eavesdropping even though an adversary knows the code construction rule and the probability mass function of the source

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IEEE Transactions on Computers  (Volume:55 ,  Issue: 10 )