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Channel Coding 
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lecture with integrated exercises
5
Summer semester 2021
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Associate Professorship of Coding and Cryptography (Prof. Wachter-Zeh)
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This course deals with modern coding approaches for coding and storage. No previous knowledge of channel coding is required.

- Applications of Channel Coding
- Channel Coding Principles:
Channel Models, Decoding Principles, Hamming Metric
- Finite Fields:
Groups, Fields, Prime Fields, Extension Fields, Vector Spaces
- Linear Block Codes:
Definition, Encoding, Coset Decoding, Bounds (Hamming Bound, Singleton Bound, Gilbert- Varshamov Bound), Hamming Codes, Perfect Codes
- Reed-Solomon Codes:
MDS Codes, Definition, Key Equation, Unique Decoding, List Decoding
- BCH Codes:
Minimal Polynomials, Generator and Parity-Check Polynomial, BCH Bound, Efficient Decoding
- Convolutional Codes:
State Diagram, Shift Register, Viterbi Decoding
- Reed-Muller Codes:
Definition, Simplex Code, Plotkin Construction
- Concatenated Codes:
Basic Concepts
- Mathematical basics (linear algebra)
At the end of the course, the students are able to
- state and understand the goal of channel coding,
- name current areas of applications of channel codes and identify the applied code classes,
- to choose a suitable coding scheme, adapt its parameters, evaluate it, and apply decoding algorithms,
- for a known given coding scheme and a given application: to evaluate its error-correcting capabilities and limits, also in comparison to other error-correcting codes and to bounds,
- to understand coding schemes which were not discussed in the lecture after appropriate literature research.
English

Lecture: The fundamental theoretical contents are presented in the lecture (by a slide presentation and on the black board) and illustrated with examples. Students are encouraged to ask questions and discuss the topics of the lecture.

Tutorial: In an accompanying tutorial, the contents of the lecture are applied to examples.
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Lecture notes are provided.
The following additional literature is recommended:
- Justesen, J. and Hoholdt, T.: “A Course in Error-Correcting Codes”, European Mathematical
Society, 2004.
- Roth, R. M.: “Introduction to Coding Theory”, Cambridge Univ. Press, 2006
- Bossert, M.: “Kanalcodierung”. 3Rd edition, Oldenburg, 2013 (English version: “Channel Coding for Communications”, Wiley, 1999)
Online information
e-learning course (moodle)