An Outline of Informational Genetics

An Outline of Informational Genetics

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Providing geneticists with an introduction to information theory and error-correcting codes as necessary tools of hereditary communication is the primary goal of this book. Some biological consequences of their use are also discussed, and guesses about hypothesized genomic codes are presented. Another goal is prompting communication engineers to get interested in genetics and biology, thereby broadening their horizon far beyond the technological field, and learning from the most outstanding engineer: Nature.3.5.1 REDUNDANT CODE, HAMMING DISTANCE, AND HAMMING SPACE Let us consider the set Sn of n-symbol binary ... A redundant code C(n, k), with kalt;n, is a subset of Sn which contains M = 2k elements, to be referred to as codewords. ... C(n, k) is generally defined by constraints specifically satisfied by its words, and Ia#39; ll occasionally use the word a#39;codea#39; for ... not of the code as a set of words, so the often-used term a#39;systematic codea#39; to designate this case is an abuse of language.

Title:An Outline of Informational Genetics
Author: Gérard Battail
Publisher:Morgan & Claypool Publishers - 2008

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