Friday, November 18, 2005

A hint for questions homework #6 and #7

If you need some hints for problems 6b), 6d), and 7c), you can look at this sample calculation in which I work through a similar problem in explicit detail.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Sridhar said...

I do not see the asseertion in 6d where it is stated that probability of a bit being flipped is p +(1-p)/2. I see it as (1-p)/2.

Am I wrong?

1:57 AM  
Blogger Ryan said...

No, you're absolutely right. This is a typo. About rho + (1-rho)/2 bits stay put and about (1-rho)/2 get flipped. I'll correct this...

10:30 PM  

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