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Class of easily implementable fixed-length to variable-length balanced binary line codes

Class of easily implementable fixed-length to variable-length balanced binary line codes

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This Letter introduces a class of fixed-length to variable-length balanced binary line codes. By considering fixed size blocks of source digits, a balanced line code is constructed by appending a minimum number of 0's or 1's to each such block in order to produce words having equal number of 0's and 1's, i.e. balanced words of variable length. By taking into account the design constraint of being easily implementable in practice, the construction introduced achieves high coding efficiency and is at least asymptotically optimal in terms of redundancy.

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