Majority Logic Decoding

In error detection and correction, majority logic decoding is a method to decode repetition codes, based on the assumption that the largest number of occurrences of a symbol was the transmitted symbol.

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Reed–Muller Code - Decoding RM Codes
... RM(r, m) codes can be decoded using the majority logic decoding ... The basic idea of majority logic decoding is to build several checksums for each received code word element ... the value of the message word element weight), we can use a majority logic decoding to decipher the value of the message word element ...

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