Hamming codes part 2, the elegance of it all

From 3Blue1Brown.

Part 1: https://youtu.be/X8jsijhllIA
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A cleaner perspective on Hamming error correction codes.

You can read Hamming’s own perspective on his discovery of these codes in chapter 12 of "The Art of Doing Science and Engineering".
https://amzn.to/3lwcnmh

Heavily related is the chessboard puzzle I did with Matt Parker:
https://youtu.be/as7Gkm7Y7h4

If you’re curious to learn a bit about Shannon, the father of information theory, take a look at this documentary.
https://amzn.to/2RHK5HL

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