Comments Regarding "On the Performance/Complexity Tradeoff in Block Turbo Decoder Design"
In this comment we position the work of Z. Chi, et al, 2004,2001 in terms of the prior literature and note that many of its results are subsumed by previous papers.
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Phonological representations, phonological awareness, and print decoding ability in children with moderate to severe speech impairment Sutherland, Dean Edward (University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2006)The development of reading competency is one of the most significant pedagogical achievements during the first few years of schooling. Although most children learn to read successfully when exposed to reading instruction, ...
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Martin, Philippa Anne (University of Canterbury. Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2001)New adaptive, iterative approaches to the decoding of block Turbo codes and multilevel codes are developed. Block Turbo codes are considered as they can readily provide high data rates, low decoding complexity and good ...