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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This work presents (s, c)-Dense Code, a new method for compressing natural language texts. This technique is a generalization of a previous compression technique called End-Tagged Dense Code that obtains better compression ratio as well as a simpler and faster encoding than Tagged Huffman. At the same time, (s, c)-Dense Code is a prefix code that maintains the most interesting features of Tagged Huffman Code with respect to direct search on the compressed text. (s, c)-Dense Coding retains alldoi:10.1007/978-3-540-39984-1_10 fatcat:edztgxtibzcjtj7dcc66ewfv7u