A modified bit-stuffing scheme for two-dimensional (2-D) checkerboard constraints is introduced. The entropy of the scheme is determined based on a probability measure defined by the modified bit-stuffing. Entropy results of the scheme are given for 2-D constraints on a binary alphabet. The constraints considered are 2-D RLL (d, infinity) for d = 2, 3 and 4 as well as for the constraint with a minimum 1-norm distance of 3 between Is. For these results the entropy is within 1-2% of an upper bound on the capacity for the constraint. As a variation of the scheme, periodic merging arrays are also considered.
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- run-length-limited (RLL) constraints
- bit-stuffing encoding
- 2-D constraints
- cascading two-dimensional (2-D) arrays
Forchhammer, S., & Vaarby, T. S. (2007). Entropy of Bit-Stuffing-Induced Measures for Two-Dimensional Checkerboard Constraints. I E E E Transactions on Information Theory, 53(4), 1537-1546. https://doi.org/10.1109/TIT.2007.892781