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What is the maximum value of R = m/n that can be attained for some specified values of the minimum and maximum runlength d and k? The maximum value of the rate, R, that can be achieved by any code is called the capacity of a (dk) code. 2 lists the capacity C (d, k) versus the parameters d and k. 4057 Other Constraints Besides sequences with simple runlength constraints as discussed above, there are a variety of channel constraints that have been reported in the literature. 1 MTR Constraints The maximum transition run (MTR) codes, introduced by Moon and Brickner , d = 0, have different constraints on the maximum runs of 0s and 1s.
State independence implies that codewords can be freely concatenated without violating the sequence constraints. When the encoder is state dependent, it typically takes the form of a synchronous finite-state machine. A decoder is preferably state independent. Due to errors made during transmission, a state-dependent decoder could easily lose track of the encoder state, and as a result the decoder could possibly make error after error with no guarantee of recovery. In order to avoid error propagation, a decoder should preferably use a finite observation interval of channel bits for decoding, thus limiting the span in which errors may occur.
3-1 Asymptotic Information Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2 Counting of Sequences • Capacity Other Constraints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Codes for the Noiseless Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6 Introduction Codes based on runlength-limited sequences have been the state of the art corner stone of current disc recorders whether their nature is magnetic or optical. This chapter provides a detailed description of various properties of runlength-limited sequences and the next section gives a comprehensive review of the code construction methods, ad hoc as well as systematic, that are available.