Cyclic Redundancy Check Simulation
written by Crystal Barchet and Teresa Carrigan
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CREDITS AND REFERENCESThis model was written by Crystal Barchet and Teresa Carrigan, 2004.
Permission to use, modify or redistribute this model is hereby granted, provided that both of the following requirements are followed:
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- this model will not be redistributed for profit without permission from Teresa Carrigan.
To refer to this model in academic publications, please use: Barchet, C. and Carrigan, T. (2004). Cyclic Redundancy Check Simulation Blackburn College, Carlinville, IL.
In other publications, please use: Copyright 2004 by Crystal R. Barchet and Teresa Carrigan. All rights reserved.
FOR MORE INFORMATIONFor more information about Cyclic Redundancy Check, see one of the following textbooks:
- Null, L. and Lobur, J. Essentials of Computer Organization and Architecture, First Edition, Jones & Bartlett, pages 73-76.
- Murdocca, M. and Heuring, V. Principles of Computer Architecture, First Edition, Prentice Hall, pages 365-366.
- Forouzan, B. Data Communications and Networking, Third Edition, McGrawHill, pages 249-253.
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