Monthly Archives: May 2011

Never waste your memory! (Huffman Encoding)

In Morse code, a simple “dit” (.) represents the letter e, while a more complex sequence “dah-dit-dah-dah” (-.–) represents the letter y. As you probably know, the occurrence of e is significantly higher than the occurrence of y in most … Continue reading

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