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i m facing a problem in finding out any link or material regarding calculation of reliability from probability...

in simple words..

if i know the probability of occurence of error in a bit sequence 'B' is'p', then what is d probability of error tht would occur at d same bit position in next 'B',

n now if i add a parity bit to each B to correct this error then by what percent received 'B' will be reliable?

Does anybody knows or have any article which could give me a hint on this??

please reply at d earliest

thank u

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# Regarding reliability calculations based on probability

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