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On Detection and Correction of 2-Repeated Solid Burst Errors

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In modern age, coding theory has found widespread theoretical and practical applications in the areas ranging from communication systems to digital data transmission to modern medical science, to space communication. In different types of channels, nature of errors is also different. There are various channels in which errors occur in the form of bursts. In some particular channels, within a burst, all the digits are corrupted. Such type of errors is called ‘solid burst errors’. In this paper we introduce ‘2-repeated solid burst error’ and obtain results regarding the codes detecting and correcting such errors.
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  • Department of Applied Sciences, KIET Group of Institutions, Muradnagar, India
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