[svlug] 2 part Linux question
sanat at stanford.edu
Thu Jul 10 16:33:35 PDT 2003
: ??? Wouldn't this be _substantially_ worse than psuedo-random data? If
: all of this stuff really works, then you should be able to model _exactly_
: how each bit on the disk was impacted. Even if you don't know the
: sequence, you could probably derive the character runs, at which point you
: could automagically factor their impact out.
What I am trying to capture is the following idea: it is better
to add a known signal that is difficult to remove than to add a random
or constant signal that can effectively be filtered out.
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