In this paper we construct an erasure-resilient coding scheme that is based on a version of Reed-Solomon codes and which has the property that r = m. An xor based erasure resilient coding scheme pdf. so im worried i wont have enough space on my phone. Double-click on the saved file to start the installation . Sorry, this document isn’t available for viewing at this time. In the meantime, you can download the document by clicking the ‘Download’ button above.

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The encoding algorithm produces a set of n packets each containing b bits from a message of m packets containing b bits. The decoding algorithm is able to recover the message from any set of r packets.


Erasure-resilient codes have been used to protect real-time traac sent through packet based networks against packet losses. This paper has highly influenced 39 other papers. This paper has citations.

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