A survey of Reed-Muller codes from polar coding perspective
IEEE Information Theory Workshop 2010, ITW 2010
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A survey of Reed-Muller (RM) coding is given with the goal of establishing a continuity between RM codes and polar codes. The focus is mainly on recursive decoding methods for RM codes and other ideas that are most relevant to polar coding.
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