On this assignment will be demonstrating 1 bit error correction using 7,4 hamming codes. On 3,4 parity codes we group 3 bits per block and perform exclusive or on each blocks to get a bit called the parity code bit and add it into the 4th bit of the blocks With (7,4) Hamming code we take 4 bits of data and add 3 Hamming bits to give 7 bits for each 4 bit value. We create a code generator matrix G and the parity-check matrix H. The input data is multiplied by G, and then to check the result is multiplied by H Hamming(7,4) is a single-error correcting code that uses a 7-bit codeword to transmit four bits of data. The sender computes three parity bits for each 4-bit data word, assembles the data and parity bits into a 7-bit codeword, and transmits this codeword. The receiver computes three parity check bits from the received 7-bit word. If no error occurred in transmission, all three parity check bits will be zero. If a single bit has been changed in transmission, the value of the three parity bits.

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** Der Hamming-Code ist ein von Richard Wesley Hamming entwickelter linearer fehlerkorrigierender Blockcode, der in der digitalen Signalverarbeitung und der Nachrichtentechnik zur gesicherten Datenübertragung oder Datenspeicherung verwendet wird**. Beim Hamming-Code handelt es sich um eine Klasse von Blockcodes unterschiedlicher Länge, welche durch eine allgemeine Bildungsvorschrift gebildet werden. Die Besonderheit dieses Codes besteht in der Verwendung mehrerer Paritätsbits. Diese. Implementation Hamming binary ECC in Matlab and Simulink About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features © 2020. [7,4] Hamming code. Construction of G and H. Encoding [7,4] Hamming code with an additional parity bit. See also Notes References External links. Richard Hamming, the inventor of Hamming codes, worked at Bell Labs in the late 1940s on the Bell Model V computer, an electromechanical relay-based machine with cycle times in seconds. Input was fed in on punched paper tape, seven

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- g Code (7, 4) is to be done on CPLD kit using VHDL. (7,4) means that there are 4-data bits and and we need 3-parity bits to send along with these data bits to make it 7-bit codeword. Even parity is used in.Data bits are d2,d4,d5,d6; and parity bits are p1,p2,p3
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In 1950, Hamming introduced the [7,4] Hamming code. It encodes four data bits into seven bits by adding three parity bits . It can detect and correct single-bit errors * Hamming codes*. For any r, construct a binary r 2r 1 matrix H such that each nonzero binary r-tuple occurs exactly once as a column of H. Any code with such a check matrix H is a binary Hamming code of redundancy binary Hamming code r, denoted Ham r(2). Thus the [7;4] code is a Hamming code Ham 3(2). Each binary Hamming code has minimum weight and distance 3, since as before ther

E 7 lattice. The Hamming(7,4) code is closely related to the E 7 lattice and, in fact, can be used to construct it, or more precisely, its dual lattice E 7 ∗ (a similar construction for E 7 uses the dual code [7,3,4] 2).In particular, taking the set of all vectors x in Z 7 with x congruent (modulo 2) to a codeword of Hamming(7,4), and rescaling by 1/ √ 2, gives the lattice E 7 Returning to the introductory construction of a [7,4] binary Hamming Code, we include a new parity check bit, x 0, with x 0 = x 1 +x 2 +x 3 +x 4 +x 5 +x 6 +x 7, so that all eight digits sum to 0. The code now has length 8 and is still a linear code of dimension 4. We call this code an [8,4] extended binary Hamming Code The Hamming Weight and Hamming Distance Condier 4 code examples C1 = 1101 , C2 = 1001, C3 = 0000 , C4 = 1111 The Hamming Weight of one code is the number of non-zero bit w(C1) = 3 w(C2) = 2 w(C3) = 0 w(C4) = 4

Your browser must be able to display frames to use this simulator. BLAN As with the [7;4] binary Hamming Code: x 3;x 5;x 6;x 7 are chosen according to the message. x 4:= x 5 + x 6 + x 7 x 2:= x 3 + x 6 + x 7 x 1:= x 3 + x 5 + x 7 Add a new bit x 0 such that x 0 = x 1 + x 2 + x 3 + x 4 + x 5 + x 6 + x 7. i.e., the new bit makes the sum of all the bits zero. x 0 is called a parity check. Satish Kumar Buddha HAMMING AND GOLAY CODES November 7, 2011 17 / 29 . Extended.

- g developed technique for detecting and correcting single bit errors in transmitted data. His technique requires that three parity bits (or check bits) be transmitted with every four data bits. The algorithm is called a (7, 4) code, because it requires seven bits to encoded four bits of data
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A different approach for the 7,4 hamming codes we first group 4 bits per block, and then obtain the 3 hamming bit codes from the 4 bits for each blocks and add them which makes each blocks contained 7 bits. Suppose there are 4 bits as follows: b1,b2,b3,b4. To get the hamming bit codes we do the following calculation ** message that is expected to be coded [2]**. In this paper, the (7, 4) Hamming code is used that can detect and correct a single bit error of data or parity. First, the message (m 1, m 2, m 3, m 4) of length k bits (k=4) is encoded by adding three parity bits (p 1, p 2, p 3) to become the codeword of length n (n=7), which is ready for transmission. There are different ways to mix bot # Hamming (7,4) Coding # # Reads binary stream from standard input and outputs Hamming (7,4) encoded # version to standard output. # # USAGE: python hamming-code-74-encode.py # # EXAMPLE: # $ python hamming-code-74-encode.py # Enter Input String of bits - # 0001 # Output - 1101001 # AUTHOR: Shivam Bharadwaj <shivamb45@yahoo.in> Find the parity-check matrix, the generator matrix, and all the 16 codewords for a (7, 4) Hamming code. Determine the syndrome, if the received codeword is a) 0001111 and b) 0111111. Solution. The parity-check matrix H matrix consists of all binary columns except the all zero sequence, we thus have it in the following form

From the hamming code we used, we used an even parity, where the parity bit and the data bits corresponding to it had to have an even number of 1's. For the hamming code we used, there were 7 bits in total, three were parity bits and four were data bits. The parity bits and their corresponding data bits are as followed: P1D8D4D1, P2D8D2D1, P3D4D2D1. A chart was given that shows the bit values to the respective decimal value. However, the parity bits can simply be generated by using XOR. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Hamming-Codes werden durch die Bezeichnung H(h) abgekürzt (h = Anzahl der Zeilen). Dies ist die Hamming-Matrix für den H(3)-Code, also ein binärer Code mit 3 Zeilen und 7 Spalten, wobei jede Spalte eine Zahl im Dualsystem darstellt. Die Codewörter des H(3)-Codes sind demnach 7 Zeichen lang (n=7) ** Minimale Hamming-Distanz berechnen**. Da im Getränkeautomaten drei Bitfehler erkannt werden sollen, ist die minimal erlaubte Hamming-Distanz zwischen deinen Codewörtern 4. Für die Korrektur von zwei Bits braucht deine Codierung einen minimalen Hamming-Abstand von 5. Letztendlich müssen die Codewörter zur Definition deiner Zustände also eine. HAMMING BINARY BLOCK CODE WITH k=4 AND n=7 • In general, a block code with k information digits and block length n is called an (n,k) code. • Thus, this example is called an (7,4) code. • This is a very special example where we use pictures to explain the code. Other codes are NOT explainable in this way In this post, let us focus on the soft decision decoding for the Hamming (7,4) code, and quantify the bounds in the performance gain. Hamming (7,4) codes. With a Hamming code, we have 4 information bits and we need to add 3 parity bits to form the 7 coded bits. The coding operation can be denoted in matrix algebra as follows: where

This m-file simulates a Hamming(7,4) code and corrects the errors. Errors can be inputted at any location of the 7 bit code. A 4 bit word is used and can be inputted as one of 16 values Consider a 4-bit message which is to be transmitted as a 7-bit codeword by including three parity bits. In general, this would be called a (7,4) code. Three even parity bits (P) are computed on different subsets of the four message bits (D) as shown below. The three parity bits (1,2,4) are related to the data bits (3,5,6,7) as shown at right Hamming Code. Hamming code is a block code that is capable of detecting up to two simultaneous bit errors and correcting single-bit errors. It was developed by R.W. Hamming for error correction. In this coding method, the source encodes the message by inserting redundant bits within the message. These redundant bits are extra bits that are generated and inserted at specific positions in the message itself to enable error detection and correction. When the destination receives this. Suppose a binary data 1001101 is to be transmitted. To implement hamming code for this, following steps are used: 1. Calculating the number of redundancy bits required. Since number of data bits is 7, the value of r is calculated as. 2r > m + r + 1. 24 > 7 + 4 + 1. Therefore no. of redundancy bits = 4. 2

* The pixels' positions of both cover videos and a secret message are randomly reordered by using a private key to improve the system's security*. Then the secret message is encoded by applying Hamming code (7, 4) before the embedding process to make the message even more secure. The result of the encoded message will be added to random generated values by using XOR function. After these steps that make the message secure enough, it will be ready to be embedded into the cover video frames. In. In 1950, Hamming introduced the Hamming code 7-4. It encodes four data bits into seven bits by adding three parity bits. It can detect and correct single-bit errors. With the addition of an overall parity bit, it can also detect (but not correct) double-bit errors. Construction of G and H . The matrix is called a (canonical) generator matrix of a linear (n,k) code, and is called a parity-check.

A different approach for the 7,4 hamming codes we first group 4 bits per block, and then obtain the 3 hamming bit codes from the 4 bits for each blocks and add them which makes each blocks contained 7 bits. Suppose there are 4 bits as follows: b1,b2,b3,b4. To get the hamming bit codes we do the following calculation: b5=b1⊕b2⊕b3, b6=b1⊕b2⊕b4, b7=b1⊕b3⊕b4. Those bits will be added to the block: b1,b2,b3,b4,b5,b6,b Hamming code is a technique build by R.W.Hamming to detect errors. Hamming code should be applied to data units of any length and uses the relationship between data and redundancy bits. He worked on the problem of the error-correction method and developed an increasingly powerful array of algorithms called Hamming code. In 1950, he published the Hamming Code, which widely used today in applications like ECC memory. Application of Hamming code

* The Hamming(7,4) code goes back to 1950*. Back then Richard Hamming worked as a mathematician at Bell Labs. Every Friday Hamming set the calculating machines to perform a series of calculation, and collected the results on the following Monday. Using parity checks, these machines were able to detect errors during the computation. Frustrated, because he received error messages way too often, Hamming decided to improve the error detection and discovered the famous Hamming codes Such a code can be characterized by a generator matrix or by a parity-check matrix and we introduce, as examples, the [7, 4, 2] binary Hamming code, the [24, 12, 8] and [23, 12, 7] binary Golay codes and the [12, 6, 6] and [11, 6, 5] ternary Golay codes. We give procedures to compute the minimum distance of a linear code and we use them with the Hamming and Golay codes. We show how to build the standard array and the syndrome array of a linear code and we give an implementation of syndrome.

**Hamming** **codes** belong to the class of block **codes** which are **codes** that work on a block of bits rather than individual bits of data. A block **code** designated by (n, k) means k bits of input data is used in producing a codeword, C with n bits of data (Edward and David, 1994), (Richard, 2003). The n -k bits added are called parity check bits. Thus a (**7**, **4**) **Hamming** encoder produces **7** bits from **4** bits and the codeword has **4** parity check bits. **Hamming** **codes** are usually generated by multiplying the. Die Differenz aus Codewort - im Beispiel 12 - und den Paritätsbits (4) ergibt sich die Hamming-Distanz. Mit einem solchen Hamming-Code (12,8) können fehlerhafte Datenpakete erkannt werden, die bis zu vier fehlerhafte Bits enthalten, und zwei Bitpositionen können korrigiert werden. Zu diesem Zweck wird nur ein Teil der Informationsstellen im. Hamming code (7,4): lt;p|>|Template:Infobox code| ||In |coding theory|, |Hamming(7,4)| is a |linear error-correcting World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation. has occurred. However, if C ≠ 0 , then 4 bit binary number is formed and gives the location of the error bit. 3. PROPOSED CIRCUIT OF HAMMING ENCODER AND DECODER Proposed circuits of hamming code are designed for 4 bit data word. Thus we require 3 parity bits to form 7 bit code word. There has an encoder and a decoder in the propose

(7, 4) Hamming encoder pr oduces 7 bits from 4 bits and t he codewo rd h as 4 parity check bits. Hamming codes are usually generated by multiplying the input block, x by a generato 7.2. Binary Block Codes 79 Hamming distance. Based on Decision rule 7.4 we get a decoding region for each codeword, consisting of all vectors that are closer to that codeword than any other codeword. Apart from the vectors in the decoding regions, there may be vectors that are closest to more than one codeword. There are diﬀerent ways to deal with those vectors in the decoder. The easiest. the next section we show that a Hamming code is one such 1-error correcting code. 2 Hamming Code The Hamming code is a single error correction linear block code with (n;k) = (2m 1;2m 1 m), where m = n k is the number of check bits in the codeword. The simplest non-trivial code is for m = 3, which is the (7;4) Hamming code. Hamming- In previous posts, we have discussed convolutional codes with Viterbi decoding (hard decision, soft decision and with finite traceback).Let us know discuss a block coding scheme where a group of information bits is mapped into coded bits. Such codes are referred to as codes. We will restrict the discussion to Hamming codes, where 4 information bits are mapped into 7 coded bits

All three codes in Section III.D.7 are linear block codes. For example, in the (7, 4) Hamming code, 1001100 and 1101010 are codewords, hence so is their sum 0100110, and the same holds for any other pair of codewords. Similarly, if we take any codeword and multiply it by either 0 or 1 we get a codeword (either the all-zero codeword or itself) First group 4 bits per block, and then obtain the 3 hamming bit codes from the 4 bits for each blocks and add them to make 7 bits per block Hamming codes use parity-checks in order to generate and decode block codes. The code rates of Hamming codes are generated the same way as cyclic codes. In this case a parity-check length of length \(j\) is chosen, and n and k are calculated by \(n=2^j-1\) and \(k=n-j\). Hamming codes are generated first by defining a parity-check matrix \(H. 4. (25 p.) a) Write down a parity check matrix for the binary Hamming code C given by parameters [7,4, 3). Find a generating matrix for C. b) What do we mean by saying perfect code? Explain. Show that the [7,4, 3] Hamming code is perfect * r 3 is the parity bit for all data bits in positions whose binary representation includes a 1 in the position 3 from right except 4 (5-7*, 12-15, 20-23 and so on) Example 3 − Suppose that the message 1100101 needs to be encoded using even parity Hamming code

h = hammgen(m) returns an m-by-n parity-check matrix, h, for a Hamming code of codeword length n = 2 m -1.The message length of the Hamming code is n - m.The binary primitive polynomial that the function uses to create the Hamming code is the default primitive polynomial in GF(2^m).For more details of this default polynomial, see the gfprimdf function The (7, 4, 1)-Hamming Code and a Non Euclidean Geometry. January 2003; Source; DBLP; Conference: Proceedings of the International Conference on Information and Knowledge Engineering. IKE'03, June. I have found hamming code (7, 4) I guess... but how to rewrite it to (63, 57). If I have (7, 4) I enter 4 bits (3 redundant bits). So in (63, 57) I have to enter 57 bits?(from keyboard?) (6 redundant c hamming-code. asked Mar 21 at 12:33. dinis. 3 2 2 bronze badges. 3. votes. 2answers 60 views Python code stops outputting during/after print statement, but the same part of code works when. Cyclic codes form a sub class of linear block codes.A binary code is said to be cyclic code,if it exhibits two fundamental properties. LINEARITY PROPERTY. The sum of two codeword is also a codeword. CYCLIC PROPERTY . Any cyclic shift of codeword is also called a codeword. ALGORITHM. HAMMING CODE STEP 1: Start the program. STEP 2: Assign the number of parity bits m=4. STEP 3: Calculate the. Hamming code. For a given redundancy \(m\), it is the linear block code (BlockCode) with parity-check matrix whose columns are all the \(2^m - 1\) nonzero binary \(m\)-tuples. The Hamming code has the following parameters: Length: \(n = 2^m - 1\) Redundancy: \(m\) Dimension: \(k = 2^m - m - 1\) Minimum distance: \(d = 3\) This class constructs the code in systematic form, with the information.

The receiver has to disassemble the video, use XOR and hamming code to reconstruct the correct intended message. Objectives: Implement the following in MATLAB: At sender's side: Conversion of video frames into a YUV format. Applying (7, 4) Hamming code to 1D structure of message which is a image to obtain the codeword present a (7, 4) code which can be directly applied on the phase of the QPSK constellation points. The code is based on the fundamental idea of the binary Hamming code. The decoding performance is enhanced by considering the minimum Euclidean distance between the received codeword and all codewords thatthat can be corrected using the same syndrome Hamming(7,4) encodes 4 data bits into 7 bits by adding three parity bits, as the table above. Example. Suppose we want to use Hamming (7,4) to encode the byte 1011 0001. The first thing we will do is split the byte into two Hamming code data blocks, 1011 and 0001. We expand the first block on the left to 7 bits: _ _ 1 _ 0 1 1 A Hamming code is a method for detecting and correcting errors in a binary transmission. It does so through the inclusion of additional binary digits in the sequence that are used for checking, as well as an algorithm that provides the detection logic. Such a code is capable of finding two errors in any sequence of bits and repairing one bit that may be incorrect

Question: We Saw 3 Different Ways To Generate The [7,4] Binary Hamming Code, Of Length 7, Dimension 4, And Minimum Distance 3, All Of Which Gave Us A Linear Code, And One Of Which Even Gave Us A Cyclic Code. If We Take Any Of These Forms Of This Code, And Extend It To Length 8 By Appending A Single Bit So That The Sum Of All Entries In Every Codeword Is Zero,. Proposition 1.4. For any binary linear code, minimum distance is equal to minimum Hamming weight of any non-zero codeword. Thus, we have seen that CH has distance d = 3 and rate R = 4 7 while C3,rep has distance d = 3 and rate R = 1 3. Thus, the Hamming code is strictly better than the repetition code (in terms of the tradeoff between rate and. 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 [ 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 ] ⇐ D7 G = [ 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 ] ⇐ D6 [ 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 ] ⇐ D5 [ 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 ] ⇐ D3. The product C = M × G, accomplishes the.

Solomon code of Example 1.3.6 was shown to have minimum distance 21. Laborious checking reveals that the [7;4] Hamming code has minimum distance 3, and its extension has minimum distance 4. The [4;2] ternary Hamming code also has minimum distance 3. We shall see later how to nd the minimum distance of these codes easily. (2.2.1) Lemma Binärer (7,4)-Hamming-Code; Binärer (7,4)-Hamming-Code. Klicken Sie auf den Link '7-4-Hamming-Code.gif', um die Datei anzuzeigen. Skript zu Kapitel 3. Direkt zu: Aufgabenblatt 5 - Codierungstheorie Sie sind als Gast angemeldet . BLiP Diskrete Mathematik. Hilfe; Moodle-Einstieg; Moodle-FAQ; Online-Lehre in Corona-Zeiten; Support-Forum; Wissensdatenbank Campus IT (nur per VPN)-----Moodle. Hamming (7,4) codes. With a Hamming code, we have 4 information bits and we need to add 3 parity bits to form the 7 coded bits. The can be seven valid combinations of the three bit parity matrix (excluding the all zero combination) i.e. . is the coded sequence of dimension binary: hamming (7,4) 0: 0000: 0000000: 1: 0001: 0001110: 2: 0010: 0010101: 3: 0011: 0011011: 4: 0100: 0100011: 5: 0101: 0101101: 6: 0110: 0110110: 7: 0111: 0111000: 8: 1000: 1000111: 9: 1001: 1001001: 10: 1010: 1010010: 11: 1011: 1011100: 12: 1100: 1100100: 13: 1101: 1101010: 14: 1110: 1110001: 15: 1111: 111111 First the 4 information bits are converted (coded) to 7 code bits to form one codewords. The three parity check bits are bit1+bit2+bit3, bit1+bit3+bit3 and bit1+bit2+bit4 respectively. The code bits are first modulated using SNR. The noise power (Gaussian) at the receiver is assumed to be 1 and mean 0

Hamming(7,4) The Hamming idea, in 1950, was to create a code that once received it detects the one bit position error and corrects it with and XOR (more or less). Lets see how it works. We'll create a 7bit code with 4bits of information (this is why it's call a Hamming(7,4)). We need to identify the 7 possible positions so In **hamming** **code**, there are **4** bits of original data & 3 bits of redundant bits. N = M+K, here, N = codewords/full message, M=Datawords/Original Message & K = Redundant bits. So, N = 4+3, = **7** bits. To generate message from datawords we need to generate 3 redundant bits and before that we need to find the positions of redundant bits. Suppose the data words is . According to rules, 3 redundant. Hamming Codes 6 CS@VT Computer Organization II ©2005-2013 McQuain Hamming (7,4) Code Details Hamming codes use extra parity bits, each reflecting the correct parity for a different subset of the bits of the code word. Parity bits are stored in positions corresponding to powers of 2 (positions 1, 2, 4, 8, etc.)

- g code of Example 10.2. The generator matrix G and the parity-check matrix H of the code are described in that example. Show that these two matrices satisfy the condition HGT = 0. Jan 14 2021 05:49 AM. 1 Approved Answer. Smriti B answered on January 16, 2021. 4.5 Ratings.
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Python implementation of Hamming (7,4) encoding. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Skip to content . All gists Back to GitHub Sign in Sign up Sign in Sign up {{ message }} Instantly share code, notes, and snippets. mreid / h74-encode.py. Created Oct 29, 2013. Star 1 Fork 2 Star Code Revisions 1 Stars 1 Forks 2. Embed. What would you like to do? Embed Embed this gist in. Hamming Code Hamming(7,4) Error Detection And Correction Parity Bit Computer Science - Text - Circuit Board Transparent PN

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Binary code Computer Icons Circle, binarycode, angle, white, text pn code The Hamming code can be applied to data units of any length. It uses the relationship between data and redun-dancy bits discussed above, and has the capability of correcting single-bit errors. For example, a 7-bit ASCII code re-quires four redundancy bits that can be added at the end of the data unit or interspersed with the original data bits to form the (11, 7, 1) Hamming code • For binary codes, if all columns are distinct and non-zero, then d ≥ 3. Example: The [7,4] Hamming Code We can deﬁne the [7,4] Hamming code by the following parity-chec The (7,4) Hamming code, while good for demonstrations is not the best choice for practical communications - it has allot of overhead and has a non-standard length. The number of parity bits goes up with the log of the number of data bits. Hence, there is less overhead for longer words than shorter words. The hamming code can detect and fix single bit errors, and detect double bit errors. For.

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1). Can the Hamming code detect 2-bit errors? Hamming codes can detect and correct up to 2-bit errors in a data stream. 2). How do you fix the Hamming code? Hamming codes are placed in any length of data between the actual data and redundant bits. These codes are places with a minimum distance of 3 bits. 3). What is the parity code Description. The Hamming Decoder block recovers a binary message vector from a binary Hamming codeword vector. For proper decoding, the parameter values in this block should match those in the corresponding Hamming Encoder block.. If the Hamming code has message length K and codeword length N, then N must have the form 2 M-1 for some integer M greater than or equal to 3 [1] 理查德·汉 明（ Richard W. Hamming） 于1950年发明了汉明代码，作为一种自动纠正 打孔卡 引入的错误的方法 读者。 Hamming在他的原始论文中阐述了他的总体思想，但特别关注了 Hamming（7,4） 代码，该代码将三个奇偶校验位添加到四个数据位。 [2 In the Hamming code the number of Parity/Check bits pmust be: 2p≥ m + p + 1. where m = number of data bits and p = number of check bits. An example: Find the number of check bits required to detect and correct a single bit error in the BCD code for 910= 10012. As a guess we can try p = 2 then 2p= 22= 4, but since 4 + 2 + 1 = 7 and 4 is not ≥ 7, p.

I need help with question. 4.Suppose you used the [7, 4, 3]2 hamming code discussed inclass, and the 4-bit data you wanted to encode was 0xA. Calculatethe parity bits, and show the final codeword (in binary) (7,4) Hamming Code: Four Data Bits and Three Parity Bits Let's do an example: a (7,4) Hamming code. The 7 is the number of bits in each code word. And the 4 represents the number of data bits. The other 3 bits are parity bits. We can write a code word X as x 7 x 6 x 5 x 4 x 3 x 2 x 1. Notice that there is no x 0. The parity bits are x 1, x 2. Fig. 8 The pixel histogram analysis comparison of Lena and Baboon. a Matrix Encoding of Lena with ER = 2 bpp. b Hamming+1 of Lena with ER = 2 bpp. c Matrix Encoding of Lena with ER = 3 bpp. d Matrix Encoding of Baboon with ER = 2. e Hamming+1 of Baboon with ER = 2 bpp. f Matrix Encoding of Baboon with ER = 3 - High capacity data hiding scheme based on (7, 4.