Advances in Source Coding by Toby Berger, Lee D. Davisson (auth.) PDF

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For example, if.!. = 010110, then~ = 000110 is closest in the sense of the Hamming metric. When traversing the path- from the root to the leaf y = 000110, we branch first up, then down, and then up at the successive nodes cncountcrcd. Hence, this path is specified by the binary path map sequence 010, whcrc 0 represents "up" and 1 represents "down". In this way we have compressed a source sequcnce of length 6 into a path map oflength 3. Despite the fact that the data rate has been ~ompressed by a factor of two, most of the original source digits can be recovcred correctly.

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