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PUM-based turbo codes

Stankovic, L. and Honary, B. and Williams, C. (2002) PUM-based turbo codes. In: Advanced signal processing for communication systems. Kluwer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science . Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, pp. 197-209. ISBN 1402072023

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Abstract

Partial Unit Memory (PUM) codes have excellent distance properties and we show how to construct recursive code matrices for application into turbo schemes. An iterative max-log-MAP decoding scheme is proposed for the resulting trellises with multi-input labels.