Many communication and storage technologies rely on data compression to increase throughput or apparent storage capacity. Data compression is a way to reduce the size of data by taking advantage of patterns in the data, at the cost of additional processing power using compression and decompression algorithms. The Burrows-Wheeler transform (BWT) is a method of attempting to make data, which would otherwise be unfit for compression, suitable for compression.
BWT example for "mississippi" can be found here: https://stemgeeks.net/hive-163521/@tacticalcadaver/burrows-wheeler-transform
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