Comments Regarding "On the Performance/Complexity Tradeoff in Block Turbo Decoder Design" (2009)
AuthorsMartin, P.A., Taylor, D.P.show all
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.
CitationMartin, P.A., Taylor, D.P. (2009) Comments Regarding "On the Performance/Complexity Tradeoff in Block Turbo Decoder Design". IEEE Transactions on Communications, 57(9), pp. 2517.
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Keywordsturbo codes; block codes; decoding; Product code; list decoding; iterative decoding; Chase decoding
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