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 There are two versions of our material. The first version consists of the Keynote slides. These contain movies and animations but require that you can read the Keynote format. The second version is a printed PDF file. It does not contain animations but it contains additional comments and notes. We will continue to update this page with the always latest version. Feedback is highly appreciated and we apologise for any missing references in advance. There are two versions of our material. The first version consists of the Keynote slides. These contain movies and animations but require that you can read the Keynote format. The second version is a printed PDF file. It does not contain animations but it contains additional comments and notes. We will continue to update this page with the always latest version. Feedback is highly appreciated and we apologise for any missing references in advance.
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 +Once upon a time it was deemed to be difficult to construct coding schemes that allow reliable transmission close to capacity at low complexity. But these days we have several such schemes. How do they compare? I will discuss in particular polar codes and spatially coupled codes. Which wins when we consider their scaling behavior, their complexity, the achievable throughput, universality,​ or robustness? As we will see, much is known, but many questions are still open.

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