もっと例文: 1 2
- The arithmetic distance between two words is a measure of the number of errors made while computing an arithmetic operation.
- In either case, the arithmetic distance is 2 as expected since this is the number of errors that were made.
- To correct this error, an algorithm would be used to compute the nearest codeword to the received word in terms of arithmetic distance.
- Using the arithmetic distance is necessary since one error in an arithmetic operation can cause a large hamming distance between the received answer and the correct answer.
- These codes differ from most other codes in that they use arithmetic weight to maximize the arithmetic distance between codewords as opposed to the hamming weight and hamming distance.