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# Lee Distance (Lee metric) Definition/Meaning:

In the theory of block codes intended for error detection or error correction, a distance measure analogous to the Hamming distance but modeling more accurately a linear q-ary channel, such as the phase-modulated carrier used in modems. When q = 2 or q = 3, the Lee and Hamming distances are the same.

## Near by Terms:

 Leader Leadless Leaf Node (terminal node; tip node; external node) Least Common Multiple (LCM) Least Significant Character Least Squares Method LED Display Lee Distance (Lee metric) Left-to-Right Precedence Length LEO (Lyons Electronic Office) Letter-Equivalent Languages Level of a Node in a Tree Lexical Analyzer (scanner)

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