Error Correction

Some articles on error, error correction, correction:

CD-ROM XA - Media - CD-ROM Format
... Unlike a music CD, a CD-ROM cannot rely on error concealment by interpolation, and therefore requires a higher reliability of the retrieved data ... In order to achieve improved error correction and detection, a CD-ROM has a third layer of Reed–Solomon error correction ... A Mode-1 CD-ROM, which has the full three layers of error correction data, contains a net 2,048 bytes of the available 2,352 per sector ...
Code Rate
... theory, the code rate (or information rate) of a forward error correction code is the proportion of the data-stream that is useful (non-redundant) ... or data signalling rate (inclusive of redundant error coding), the net bitrate (the useful bit rate exclusive of error-correction codes) is ≤ R•k/n ... A few error correction codes do not have a fixed code rate -- rateless erasure codes ...
Cinema Digital Sound - Development and Technical Aspects
... Radiation Corporation developed a special audio coding and error correction system, resulting in the Cinema Digital Sound system ... densities necessary to achieve high-fidelity digital sound and error rates comparable to the Compact Disc format were possible using Kodak's new high-resolution negative film and that wear on the film during ... Because the data rate was 5.8 million bits-per-second (5.8mbp/s), significant error detec­tion and correction was required ...
Narrow-band/phone-line Dialup Modems - 4,800 and 9,600 Bit/s (V.27ter, V.32) - Error Correction and Compression
... at these speeds pushed the limits of the phone lines, resulting in high error rates ... This led to the introduction of error-correction systems built into the modems, made most famous with Microcom's MNP systems ... V.42 and V.42bis were non-compatible with MNP but were similar in concept because they featured error correction and compression ...

Famous quotes containing the words correction and/or error:

    Shakespeare, with an improved education and in a more enlightened age, might easily have attained the purity and correction of Racine; but nothing leads one to suppose that Racine in a barbarous age would have attained the grandeur, force and nature of Shakespeare.
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)

    There is a lot of difference between tempting and leading into error. God tempts but does not lead into error. To tempt is to provide opportunities for us to do certain things if we do not love God, but putting us under no necessity to do so. To lead into error is to compel a man necessarily to conclude and follow a falsehood.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)