EECS 1520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Huffman Coding, Emoji, Data Compression

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Later on, because the ascii was e(cid:454)(cid:272)lusi(cid:448)el(cid:455) fo(cid:396) the e(cid:374)glish la(cid:374)guage a(cid:374)d its" (cid:272)ha(cid:396)a(cid:272)te(cid:396)s they created the unicode system: the first 256 characters in unicode are from ascii (this means they support the english language. It represents almost every language in the world. Aaaaaaa would be encoded as a7, because the a is repeated 7 times: this is not very practical for the english text because our words do not have that much repetition, huffman encoding. 1000000001 cannot be beside 100 because you may think that the. 1000000001 of that number actually represents 100 and it may be encoded wrong: the idea of the huffman encoding comes from the idea of morse code, ex. The encode the word (cid:862)doorbell(cid:863) using the huffman code table below: d = 1011, o = 110, o = 110, r = 111, b = 1010, e = 01.

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