 By G. David Forney

Concatenation is a technique of establishing lengthy codes out of shorter ones; it makes an attempt to fulfill the matter of deciphering complexity through breaking the mandatory computation into attainable segments. We current theoretical and computational effects concerning the potency and complexity of concatenated codes; the main theoretical effects are the following:
1. Concatenation of an arbitrarily huge variety of codes can yield a likelihood of blunders that decreases exponentially with the over-all block size, whereas the interpreting complexity raises merely algebraically; and
2. Concatenation of a finite variety of codes yields an errors exponent that's not so good as that possible with a unmarried degree, yet is nonzero in any respect charges less than capacity.
Computations help those theoretical effects, and likewise supply perception into the connection among modulation and coding. This procedure illuminates the particular strength and value of the category of Reed-Solomon codes. We provide an unique presentation in their constitution and houses, from which we derive the houses of all BCH codes; we make sure their weight distribution, and look at intimately the implementation in their interpreting set of rules, which we have now prolonged to right either erasures and mistakes and feature in a different way more desirable. We express that on a very appropriate channel, RS codes can in achieving the functionality laid out in the coding theorem.
Finally, we current a generalization of using erasures in minimum-distance deciphering, and speak about the right deciphering recommendations, which represent a fascinating hybrid among interpreting and detection.

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Therefore -2P n >-XC(P) > - in , p < 1/2. (47) 1 Now we can show that when (-ln ) (2a) a- 1, C(pa ) < ,a(p) (48) For, by (47), 3C( a ) < _2pa in pa = pa . 2a(-ln ) ca(p) > a(-ln )a; but 2ax < xa a- 1 (2a) when x which proves Eq. 48. We note that when p _<1/e2 , a 4, this condition is always satis- fied. ) Finally, when x > y > 0, and a > 1, (x-y) a = Xa -( ) >xa I >xa( -) = xa _ ya. (49) We are now ready to construct our many-stage concatenated code. l. -- --111- __ -E Pr(e) Po= e (50) E > 1 We now apply to this superchannel an RS code of dimensionless rate (1-2Z) and length N 1 , achieving a probability of error, from (46), of Prl(e) e -N 1 [E -X(P) ] -E 1 e (51) Assume 3E - X(P) > 0, and define a to satisfy N 1 [pE -C(p)] Ea = E1 thus a = In N 1 In [E - (p)] E + ln E (52) We assume that 3 ~ 1/e2 (53) and 4 ~ a N 1 (1- 2z), and we shall prove the theorem only for these conditions.

Thus the smallest non-null set must be an inforrra- Since every linear code has a smallest non-null set, every linear code has an k information set and, for some k, q code words. In fact, every non-null set of size k tion set. is an information set, since to each of the q assignment of elements to those k places. code words must correspond a different We say such a code has k information sym- bols, n - k check symbols, and dimensionless rate k/n, and call it an (n,k) code on GF (q). If the minimum distance of a code is d, then the minimum weight of any non-zero code word is d, and the largest null set has size n - d.

Are members of some field. The determinant of this matrix, D, also a member of the field, is a polynomial in the a i in which no a i appears to a power greater than n. Furthermore, since the determinant is zero if any two rows are the same, this polynomial must contain as factors a i - aj, all i D = D' j, so that I (a-a). ) contains each a to the n t h power, so that D' can only i>j 2 n 'a2 a n in this polynomial must be one, be a constant. ---.. ) -. 11_1- . Y·IIIILIIPII -CII^II(-l·P*I-_··I. - I-L_--_III··I*LI_^--lsllCII - 111--------lllllslII Then ai - a.