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Title:Optimal Quasi-Gray Codes: Does the Alphabet matter?
Speaker:Nitin Saurabh
coming from:Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik - D1
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Event Type:AG1 Mittagsseminar (own work)
Visibility:D1
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Level:AG Audience
Language:English
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Date:Thursday, 1 February 2018
Time:13:00
Duration:30 Minutes
Location:Saarbrücken
Building:E1 4
Room:024
Abstract
A quasi-Gray code of dimension n and length \ell over an alphabet \Sigma is

a sequence of distinct words w_1,w_2,\dots,w_\ell from \Sigma^n such that
any two consecutive words differ in at most c coordinates, for some fixed constant c>0.

Here we are interested in the read and write complexity of quasi-Gray codes
in the bit-probe model, where we measure the number of symbols read and written in order to transform any word w_i into its successor w_{i+1}.

We present construction of quasi-Gray codes of dimension n and length 3^n over the ternary alphabet \{0,1,2\} with worst-case read complexity O(\log n) and write complexity 2. This generalizes to arbitrary odd-size alphabets.

For the binary alphabet, we present quasi-Gray codes of dimension n and length at least 2^n - 20n with worst-case read complexity 6+\log n
and write complexity 2.

These constructions improve over the previously known constructions and matches the \Omega(\log n) lower bound up to a constant factor.

This is a joint work with Diptarka Chakraborty, Debarati Das and Michal Koucky.

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Nitin Saurabh, 01/25/2018 03:52 PM
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Uwe Brahm/MPII/DE, 02/01/2018 04:01 AM
  • Nitin Saurabh, 01/29/2018 12:37 PM
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