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Reduction modulo the primitive polynomial. The above implementation approach is often not favored in high-speed design because it is a multiple-cycle operation and the circuit thus must be clocked at a much higher frequency than the data rate. However, given the primitive polynomial j(X ) = j0 + j1X + ... + jm X m, it is possible to complete the second step off-line. Let u(X ) = u0 + u1 X + ... + um-1 X m-1, v(X ) = v0 + v1X + ... + vm –1 X m –1. 17) k = m, m + 1,�,2m - 2 38 A Practical Guide to Error-Control Coding Using MATLAB® Since the primitive polynomial j(X ) is known, terms X m mod j(X ), X mod j(X ), ...
Let u = (u0 u1 u2 ... un-1) and v = (v0 v1 v2 ... vn-1) be two elements of V2(n). 1) where ui + vi is carried out as modulo-2 addition (XOR). 2) where aui is performed as modulo-2 multiplication (AND). The all-zero vector 0 = (000 ... 5 For n = 3, the vector space V2(3) has the following eight vector elements: (000), (001), (010), (011), (100), (101), (110), (111), 24 A Practical Guide to Error-Control Coding Using MATLAB® Pick any two vectors, say, (010) and (100). We then have: (010) + (100) = (0 + 1 1 + 0 0 + 0) = (110), which is also an element in V2(3).
The inverse of 0 is 1, the inverse of 1 is 0. G is closed under Ä. áG, Äñ is communicative, too. Brief Introduction to Abstract Algebra 21 The number of elements in a group is the order of the group. A group of finite order is called the finite group. Obviously áG, Åñ and áG, Äñ are both finite groups. Let G ¢ be the subset of G. áG ¢,* ñ is a subgroup of áG,* ñ if and only if áG ¢,* ñ is itself a group. The following theory, Lagrange’s theorem, applies to a group and its subgroup : If áG,* ñ is a finite group of order n, and áG ¢,* ñ is áG,* ñ’s subgroup of order m, then m divides n (in other words, n/m has no remainder).