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Research Article

Vehicle Text Data Compression and Transmission Method Based on Maximum Entropy Neural Network and Optimized Huffman Encoding Algorithms

Table 3

Screening data compression test results.

SNAlgorithm typeData acquisition cycle (s)Screened compressed transmission data length (kb)Compression ratioTransfer time (s)Transmission error ratePacket loss rate

1Original15746.650.00%76.513.43%3.76%
2Original101,303.340.00%124.763.54%3.81%
3Original52,234.580.00%231.223.65%3.93%

4Huffman encoding15342.3254.15%30.212.78%2.56%
5Huffman encoding10593.2454.48%54.782.98%2.47%
6Huffman encoding51,009.5154.82%98.052.88%2.74%

7LZW15322.5456.80%28.902.56%2.09%
8LZW10565.4556.62%50.872.62%2.16%
9LZW5978.8356.20%99.082.64%2.22%

10Maximum Entropy NN combined Huffman coding15300.7859.72%26.782.15%1.89%
11Maximum Entropy NN combined Huffman coding10512.6560.67%47.872.19%1.92%
12Maximum Entropy NN combined Huffman coding5908.2959.35%90.782.20%1.90%

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