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Application of set-membership techniques to symbol-by-symbol decoding for binary data-transmission systems

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1 Author(s)
Wells, R.B. ; Idaho Univ., Boise, ID

The application of set theory methods to problems in estimation, system identification, and classification is emerging as a viable approach to a number of different problems. This correspondence studies the use of set-membership methods in symbol-by-symbol decoding of binary data in data-transmission systems. Theorems for necessary and sufficient conditions for error-free decoding are presented. Following these theorems, an algorithm is presented for selection of decode threshold levels based on set-membership properties of the system. A second algorithm is presented for automatic generation of logic truth tables for the decoder

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 4 )