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Optimised Digital Fountain Codes for Medium Blocklengths

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Digital fountain codes are a class of forward error-correcting codes for erasure channels. Good decoders exist for long blocklengths, but efficient ones for medium blocklengths are missing. I present a novel decoder based on sparse matrix manipulations.

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