Increasing the Information Density of Storage Systems Using the Precision-Resolution Paradigm

The (d, k) RLL system is perhaps the most commonly used constraint, appearing in various contexts and applications, including (but not restricted to) magnetic and optical storage, holographic storage, and wireless and fiber-optic communication. It is however easy to forget that RLL coding is but one possible solution to a set of restrictions imposed by the medium, by current sensing and processing technology, or by the own choice. To better understand any extension, the authors should first describe these restrictions.

Provided by: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Topic: Storage Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: PDF

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