ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION OF WORD-SELECTION PROCEDURES IN ERROR-FREE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS. PART I. COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND MATHEMATICAL THEORY.
NEW YORK UNIV N Y LAB FOR ELECTROSCIENCE RESEARCH
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Three sets of word-selection rules for digital feedback communication systems - a circulating memory procedure, an interlaced memory procedure, and a go-back procedure, were analyzed in a previous report, AD-621 323. The current report, to be published in two parts, describes a computer simulation and mathematical analysis of these procedures. Part I of this report describes some computer programs which simulate these procedures and presents a mathematical analysis of the effects of certain queuing limitations for the circulating and interlaced memory procedures. Some typical computer-printed records simulating the three transmission procedures also are shown. Part II, to be published separately, will present and evaluate data obtained from the computer simulations. Author
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