Possibilistic coding: error detection vs. error correction

TitlePossibilistic coding: error detection vs. error correction
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsBortolussi L, Sgarro A
EditorC. al. Bet
Conference NameCombining Soft Computing and Statistical Methods in Data Analysis
Volume77
Pages41–48
Date PublishedOctober 2010
PublisherSpringer-Verlag
Conference LocationHeidelberg
Keywordserror detection, Possibilistic coding, possibility theory, zero error information theory
Abstract

Possibilistic information theory is a flexible approach to old and new forms of coding; it is based on possibilities and patterns, rather than pointwise probabilities and traditional statistics. Here we fill up a gap of the possibilistic approach, and extend it to the case of error detection, while so far only error correction had been considered.

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