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Evolutionary Computation in Coded Communications: an Implementation of Viterbi Algorithm

By Jamal S. Rahhal, Dia I. Abu-Al-Nadi and Mohammed Hawa

Published: October 1st 2009

DOI: 10.5772/9606

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