Codes and Designs: Proceedings of a conference honoring Professor Dijen K. Ray-Chaudhuri on the occasion of his 65th birthday. The Ohio State University May 18-21, 2000 (Google eBook)

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K. T. Arasu, Akos Seress
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 2002 - Mathematics - 322 pages
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This volume contains 4 surveys and 17 refereed research articles on coding theory, design theory, association schemes, algebraic graph theory, combinatorial geometry, and network flows. It is primarily recommended for researchers and graduate students interested in new developments in coding theory and design theory.
  

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Contents

Highlights of Dijen RayChaudhuris research
1
On the pranks of GMW difference sets
9
Characterization of maximal rational circulant association schemes
37
Faceregular polyhedra and tilings with two combinatorial types of faces
49
exceptional connections
73
A singular direct product for bicolorable Steiner triple systems
87
On semiregular relative difference sets in nonabelian pgroups
99
Every λdesign on 6p + 1 points is type1
109
On the maximum size of a hole in an incomplete twise balanced design with specified minimum block size
179
On a family of cocyclic Hadamard matrices
187
A mass formula for Type II codes over finite fields of characteristic two
207
A posteriori probability decoding through the discrete Fourier transform and the dual code
215
Subdesigns of symmetric designs
237
Linear codes over F2 + uF2 and their complete weight enumerators
259
On singledeletioncorrecting codes
273
Critical problems in finite vector spaces
293

An introduction to balanced network flows
125
On the λdesign conjecture for v 5p + 1 points
145
On a class of twin balanced incomplete block designs
157
Decoding some doublyeven selfdual 32 16 8 codes by hand
165
Existence of Steiner systems that admit automorphisms with large cycles
305
Rainbow graphs
313
Backmatter
321
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