Issue No. 03 - March (1975 vol. 24)
P.G. Neumann , Computer Science Group, Stanford. Research Institute
This paper considers codes with radix r > 2 which are capable of correcting arbitrary arithmetic errors in any radix r digit. If each radix r digit represents a byte of b binary digits (e.g., r = 2<sup>b</sup>), these codes correct any combination of errors occurring in the b binary digits of any single byte. A theoretical basis for these codes is presented, along with practical considerations reg
AN codes, arithmetic codes, biresidue codes, byte-organized, gAN, low-cost residues, multiresidue codes, non-binary codes.
T. Rao and P. Neumann, "Error-Correcting Codes for Byte-Organized Arithmetic Processors," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 24, no. , pp. 226-232, 1975.