Huffman Coding and Compression of Data
: 2018-11-01 18:33:45
Description: The lossless data compression algorithm reversibly converts a string of symbols (usually ASCII characters or bytes) into another string with a shorter average length. The word "average" is important; obviously, there is no reversible algorithm to shorten all strings -- not enough short strings to correspond one-to-one with longer strings. Compression algorithms are possible only if some strings or some input symbols are more common on the input side than other strings. These can then be encoded in fewer bits than a sparse input string or symbol, resulting in a net average gain.
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