Progressive optimal error protection of embedded codes


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STANKOVIC, Rüdiger, Raouf HAMZAOUI, 2001. Progressive optimal error protection of embedded codes. 9th Telecommunications Forum Telfor 2001. Belgrad. In: 9th Telecommunications Forum Telfor 2001, 2001-11-01, Belgrade. 9th Telecommunications Forum Telfor 2001. Belgrad

@inproceedings{Stankovic2001Progr-30075, title={Progressive optimal error protection of embedded codes}, url={}, year={2001}, booktitle={9th Telecommunications Forum Telfor 2001, 2001-11-01, Belgrade}, author={Stankovic, Rüdiger and Hamzaoui, Raouf} }

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