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|Title:||On the issue of optimization of hardware costs in infotelecommunication systems|
|Authors:||Malofey, O. P.|
Малофей, О. П.
Malofey, A. O.
Малофей, А. О.
Shangina, A. E.
Шаньгина, А. Е.
|Keywords:||Functional;Infotelecommunication system;Majority decoding;Noise immunity;Objective function;The task of optimization|
|Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.|
|Citation:||Malofey, O.P., Malofey, A.O., Shangina, A.E. On the issue of optimization of hardware costs in infotelecommunication systems // Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE Conference of Russian Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, ElConRus 2018. - 2018. - Pages 342-346|
|Series/Report no.:||Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE Conference of Russian Young Researchers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, ElConRus 2018|
|Abstract:||When creating new technical solutions it's necessary to ensure the technical parameters which set cost is the lowest. It's advisable to use the principle of minimum costs and restrictions on the technical effect, as well as the external and internal parameters that characterize the information protection system errors. The methodological basis for solving optimization problems is also the theory of operations research. Since the system is created to protect information from error, providing the required noise immunity value of the indicator at minimum cost, the performance indicator of permissible projects may be instrumental in the creation of processing costs reliability of the device. The problem of optimal mathematical programming is reduced to finding the number of repetitions of the function argument values of the message and the likelihood of distortion of a single character codeword, which minimize the functional, and can be solved by a classical method of Lagrange multipliers|
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