General Principle of Decoding

Never discard information prematurely that may be useful in making a decision until after all decisions related to that information have been completed.

Hard Decoding, Soft Decoding

“Soft” decoding refers to the use of probabilistic information as input to a decoding algorithm, whereas “hard” decoding use a sequence of symbols (e.g., bits).

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