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<p>Algorithm-based fault tolerance is a scheme of low-cost error protection in real-time digital signal processing environments and other computation-intensive tasks. In this paper, a new method for encoding data is proposed and, furthermore, two kinds of error-correcting codes over Z/sub 2(m/), which can be used with fixed-point arithmetic in practical algorithm-based fault tolerant systems, are introduced.</p>
error correction codes; encoding; decoding; error correcting codes; algorithm-based fault tolerance; low-cost error protection; real-time digital signal processing; encoding data; fixed-point arithmetic.

T. Rao, G. Feng and M. Kolluru, "Error Correcting Codes Over Z/sub 2(m/) for Algorithm-Based Fault Tolerance," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 43, no. , pp. 370-374, 1994.
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