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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

FXS wrote:

to adapt algorithm of compression under specific sequence (selecting in it value of some parameter) is all the same at all is not called "to invent new algorithm of compression"

For the lack of your algorithm, I can refer on existing and quite  to state that different modes of one algorithm give a difference for percent for great volumes of well compressed data.
And you suggest to manipulate hundreds-thousand bits potentially badly compressed given - the parameter stupidly will not have a material for statistics dial-up.

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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

FXS wrote:

it is passed...
-- There will be also repetitions, and any, generally speaking, lengths. And to compress it does not turn out because it will be necessary to save as well the dictionary which "gobbles up" all effect from compression (is the roll call with an adjacent subject about "the generated dictionary").
And if there would be "a parallel concession fare" for sending (storage) of the dictionary it would be possible  "dictionary" from one word (= the sent text). Then "archive" would have length of 1 bit.

I initially suggested to approach ad-absurdum and to replace casual  the reference manual
On sequence but me did not hear.

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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

Basil A. Sidorov wrote:

For the lack of your algorithm, I can refer on existing and quite  to state that different modes of one algorithm give a difference for percent for great volumes of well compressed data.

I experience difficulties in understanding of the written
1. "For the lack of your algorithm... You suggest to manipulate hundreds-thousand bits of the potentially badly compressed data" is about what of initiated by me this year that? (Yes it is guilty, initiated a little, broke through.)
2. "Give a difference for percent" - and unless different archivers compete with each other not "for percent" (in sense of unit of percent)? Well not in tens times "the good archiver" compresses better, than "the bad archiver"!
3. "Different modes of one algorithm" - you understand a difference between a choice seed in any parametrized algorithm (type of graded-index descent) and a choice, for example, amounts of layers in a neural network? Though both that, and it is possible to name another "a choice of value of parameter"...

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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

FXS wrote:

I experience difficulties in understanding written

Normally, helps to throw out not at once idea on audience, and to think over it, something to make or, at least, simply to postpone, and after a while to think once again.
How much I understood, it seems to you strange to spend effort on   and you offer  compression levels.
Personally for me both occupations, but your variant - even less intelligent are senseless: for   there is an accurate algorithm and who has more than computing powers at equal architecture will win. Including the architecture specially developed under a specific target.
That  compression levels each time is required or to develop algorithm of compression under specific sequence that looks a little utopian or to select a certain mythical parameter. It not only looks made , but also is it as a matter of fact.

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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

4 pages  I did not read all, therefore at once I will offer the good decision.  if it already was.
The number registers in a format <length of number bits> <number>
The length of number bits registers in the form of a dial-up byte, where at each byte high bit - a terminating symbol, and 7 low - the data. I.e.
<0xxxxxxx>, <0xxxxxxx>, <1xxxxxxx> for numbers to 2^21 or <1xxxxxxx> for numbers to 127

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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

Basil A. Sidorov wrote:

How much I understood, it seems to you strange to spend effort on   and you offer  compression levels.

It in other subject a remark, let's not to mix a subject. Answered there:

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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

Thought, and understood that at Levenshtejna - the good code. More densely perhaps you will not tire out.
For absolutely special cases it is possible to try, and as a whole - hardly.

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Re: The compact notation of binary number designation

mayton wrote:

I initially suggested to approach ad-absurdum and to replace casual sequence of the reference manual on sequence but me did not hear.

Can give the reference to that your initial sentence?