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In 1829, Louis Braille, a tender organist in a Paris church, blind for the reason that age three, invented the well known code for the blind, nonetheless in universal use at the present time around the globe and named after him. Braille himself changed his code in 1834, and there were numerous changes due to the fact. even if, the fundamental layout of this code, the place every one personality is represented through a gaggle of three x 2 dots, has remained intact. The dots are embossed on thick paper and every should be raised or flat (i. e. , current or absent). every one dot is accordingly akin to one little bit of info. for that reason, the Braille code (Figure 1) is a 6-bit code and will accordingly symbolize sixty four symbols (the code of six flat dots exhibits a clean space). Braille's fans prolonged the services of his code in numerous methods. One im­ portant extension is contractions. those are letters that, once they stand on my own, suggest phrases. for instance, the letter "b" status by myself (or with punctuation) skill the observe "but," the letter "e" status by myself potential "every," and "p" capacity "people. " one other extension is short-form phrases. those are combos of 2 or extra codes that suggest a complete observe (short-form phrases could include contractions). for instance, "ab" potential "about," "rcv" ability "receive," and "(the)mvs" ability "themselves. " (The "the" in parentheses is a contraction, dots 2-3-4-6. ) determine 2 indicates a few examples of those detailed codes.

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Since the leaf is in the tree, it is assigned a variable-size code. This code is the escape code preceding every uncompressed symbol. As the tree is being rearranged, the position of the empty leaf-and thus its code-change, but this escape code is always used to identify uncompressed symbols in the compressed file. 14 shows how the escape code moves as the tree grows. 14: The Escape Code. 32 protocol for 14,400baud modems. 1 Uncornpressed Codes If the symbols being compressed are ASCII characters, they may simply be assigned their ASCII codes as uncompressed codes.

4. A run length of 64 black pels (= 64 + 0) is coded as 000000111110000110111. 5. A run length of 2561 black pels (2560 + 1) is coded as 0000000111111010. The meticulous reader will notice that codes were assigned to runs of zero black and zero white pels, even though run lengths must have a positive value. These codes are needed for cases where the run length is 64, 128 or any length for which a makeup code has been assigned. There is also the question of the run length of 2561. 5inch-wide scan line results in only 1728 pels, so currently there is no need for codes for longer runs.

16: Adaptive Huffman Example: Part II. 11 s2 1. 30 o 11 01 4 4 I 11 01 r1 Statistical Methods 3 01 1 4 11 s2 10 i2 u2 2 11 d1 I 10 i2 11 s2 11 r1 01 1 u2 01 esc 4 11 01 1 I 11 I 11 d1 01 esc (h) Input: u. Output: OIL esc d1 1 u2 rl 3 i2 S2 44 ----* esc d1 1 rl u2 2 i2 S2 44 oI 11 01 u2 2 01 1 I 10 i3 I 11 s2 11 01 5 4 11 01 u2 1 2 01 1 r1 11 dl 01 esc • 11 5 4 01 esc I 10 s2 I 1 r1 11 dl (i) Input: i. Output: 10. 16: Adaptive Huffman Example: Part III. 5 Adaptive Huffman Coding o 11 6 I 4 O~ll u2 I 11 i3 10 s3 2 11 r1 01 1 01 esc 31 11 d1 (j) Input: s.

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