Erasure Coding with the Finite Radon Transform
The Mojette transform and the finite Radon transform (FRT) are discrete data projection methods that are exactly invertible and are computed using simple addition operations. Incorporation of a known level of redundancy into data and projection spaces enables the use of the FRT to recover the exact, original data when network packets are lost during data transmission. The FRT can also be shown to be Maximum Distance Separable (MDS). By writing the FRT transform in Vandermonde form, explicit...[Show more]
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