This book comprises a collection of articles stemming from a DIMACS Working Group and DIMACS Workshop on Theoretical Advances in Information Recording held at Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ. Written by leading researchers in information theory and data storage technology, the articles address problems related to the efficient and reliable storage of information in devices based upon novel optical, magnetic, and biological recording mechanisms.
Modulation coding for a two-dimensional optical storage channel by W. M. J. Coene and A. H. J. Immink Characterization of heat-assisted magnetic recording channels by R. Radhakrishnan, B. Vasic, F. Erden, and C. He Cramer-Rao bound for timing recovery on channels with inter-symbol interference by A. R. Nayak, J. R. Barry, and S. W. McLaughlin Macro-molecular data storage with petabyte/cm$^3$ density, highly parallel read/write operations, and genuine 3D storage capability by M. Mansuripur and P. Khulbe Can we explain the faithful communication of genetic information? by G. Battail Data storage and processing in cells: An information theoretic approach by O. Milenkovic Ghostbusting: Coding for optical communications by N. Kashyap and P. H. Siegel.
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