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Considering the scrambling code of the line Study on the New Korea joint protection Standard Hangul character
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 Title & Authors
Considering the scrambling code of the line Study on the New Korea joint protection Standard Hangul character
Park, Yo-Seph; Hong, Wan-Pyo;
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 Abstract
This paper, information communication code standard(, confirmation in 2004), as definded in Hangul Character Code Hangul AMI/HDB-3 the code set for the new system Hangul consonant and vowel tables presented. The result of the existing system and the code set () bit source coding rules for comparing the frequency of use Hangul consonant and vowel tables(The National Institute of The Korea Language) and statistices showed that 44% of the data processing efficiency is improved.
 Keywords
Source Coding;AMI;HDB-3;Character Code;
 Language
Korean
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