Information Theory and Applications : Third Canadian Workshop Rockland, Ontario, Canada, May 30 - June 2, 1993 Proceedings / edited by T. Aaron Gulliver, Norman P. Secord.

Contributor(s): Gulliver, T. Aaron | Secord, Norman P
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 793.Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer-Verlag, 1994Description: 1 online resource : v.: digitalContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540483922; 3540483926; 3540579362; 9783540579366; 0387579362; 9780387579368Subject(s): Computer science | Data transmission systems | Data encryption (Computer science) | Coding theory | Computer simulation | Distribution (Probability theory) | Statistics | Coding theory | Computer science | Computer simulation | Data encryption (Computer science) | Data transmission systems | Distribution (Probability theory) | Statistics | Computer Science | Engineering & Applied SciencesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Information Theory and Applications.DDC classification: 003.54 LOC classification: QA268Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Constructive problems for irreducible polynomials over finite fields -- Singular algebraic curves over finite fields -- A divisionless form of the Schur Berlekamp-Massey algorithm -- Error-control coding, modulation and equalization for all-digital advanced television: State of the art and future possibilities -- A finite field arithmetic unit VLSI chip -- A successful attack against the DES -- Low-complexity and high-performance multilevel coded modulation for the AWGN and Rayleigh fading channels -- Channel coding for a frequency-hopped wireless transceiver -- A unified view of noncoherent detection and differential detection of phase modulated signals -- Error reduction of coded DPSK over a fading channel -- Performance of BCH codes with DES encryption in a digital mobile channel -- Reduced-complexity channel estimation and equalization for TDMA mobile radio systems -- Probability of packet success for asynchronous DS/CDMA with block and convolutional codes -- Sequential decoding on intersymbol interference channels under the Pe-criterion -- Separable concatenated codes with iterative map filtering -- Adapting the strongly-connected trellis concept for use with trellis-coded modulation -- Variable-rate punctured Trellis-Coded Modulation and applications -- Trellis-based decoding of binary linear block codes -- Permutation decoding using primitive elements as multipliers -- Overflow constraint in hybrid nodes with movable boundary scheme -- Statistical analysis of wavelet transform coded multi-channel signals for transmission over ATM packet networks -- Statistical analysis of the traffic generated by the superposition of N independent interrupted poisson processes -- Throughput increase of ALOHA-based systems with multiuser sequence detection -- Auto-regressive transfer function identification using chaos -- A new algorithm for signal classification using phase information -- Efficient algorithms for fixed-rate entropy-coded vector quantization.
Summary: This volume contains a selection of refereed papers from the 1993 Canadian Workshop on Information Theory, held in Rockland, Ontario, May 30 - June 2. The workshop provided a forum for Canadian and international researchers to gather and discuss new results in the areas of information theory, algebraic coding, digital communications, and networks. A number of novel approaches to research problems are presented, and seminal works by several renowned experts are included in the volume. The papers have been loosely grouped into four parts: coding and cryptography, coding and modulation of fading channels, decoding techniques, and networks and information theory.
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This volume contains a selection of refereed papers from the 1993 Canadian Workshop on Information Theory, held in Rockland, Ontario, May 30 - June 2. The workshop provided a forum for Canadian and international researchers to gather and discuss new results in the areas of information theory, algebraic coding, digital communications, and networks. A number of novel approaches to research problems are presented, and seminal works by several renowned experts are included in the volume. The papers have been loosely grouped into four parts: coding and cryptography, coding and modulation of fading channels, decoding techniques, and networks and information theory.

Includes bibliographical references.

Constructive problems for irreducible polynomials over finite fields -- Singular algebraic curves over finite fields -- A divisionless form of the Schur Berlekamp-Massey algorithm -- Error-control coding, modulation and equalization for all-digital advanced television: State of the art and future possibilities -- A finite field arithmetic unit VLSI chip -- A successful attack against the DES -- Low-complexity and high-performance multilevel coded modulation for the AWGN and Rayleigh fading channels -- Channel coding for a frequency-hopped wireless transceiver -- A unified view of noncoherent detection and differential detection of phase modulated signals -- Error reduction of coded DPSK over a fading channel -- Performance of BCH codes with DES encryption in a digital mobile channel -- Reduced-complexity channel estimation and equalization for TDMA mobile radio systems -- Probability of packet success for asynchronous DS/CDMA with block and convolutional codes -- Sequential decoding on intersymbol interference channels under the Pe-criterion -- Separable concatenated codes with iterative map filtering -- Adapting the strongly-connected trellis concept for use with trellis-coded modulation -- Variable-rate punctured Trellis-Coded Modulation and applications -- Trellis-based decoding of binary linear block codes -- Permutation decoding using primitive elements as multipliers -- Overflow constraint in hybrid nodes with movable boundary scheme -- Statistical analysis of wavelet transform coded multi-channel signals for transmission over ATM packet networks -- Statistical analysis of the traffic generated by the superposition of N independent interrupted poisson processes -- Throughput increase of ALOHA-based systems with multiuser sequence detection -- Auto-regressive transfer function identification using chaos -- A new algorithm for signal classification using phase information -- Efficient algorithms for fixed-rate entropy-coded vector quantization.

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