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    how the presentation of forbidden symbol in arithmetic coding?

    hi friends
    i work now with detection errror in Arithmetic coding (AC) using The forbidden symbol method
    i tried choice different interval with FS=0.2 , 0.1 and 0.05
    the representation curve show me that :
    in interval 0.2 and in the decoding process the duration to find our FB is faster than the interval 0.1 and 0.05
    it means when the interval is big , give us faster detection of error ;
    -i used the FS interval in the end of range
    my question is what will happen when i will depalce the range of the Forbidden symbol in the first range or in the middle ??

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    Can anyone answer me?????

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