The Huffman Encoding Algorithm

Encoding an alphabet for transmission can be ad-hoc, or we can spend a little time optimizing that encoding so our transmission can be sent more efficiently. This works well when there's no "noise" on the line - aka "chance for errors". One such algorithm is Huffman - which we'll learn now.

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