Coding Theory and Applications: 3rd International Colloquium, Toulon, France, November 2-4, 1988. Proceedings
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 20, 1989 - Computers - 327 pages
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algebraic values array code BATTAIL BCH codes binary block codes bursts of length code of length codeword coding scheme coefficients complexity compute concatenated coding condition consider convolutional code corollary corresponding covering radius cyclic code decoding algorithm defined denote diagnostic nodes diagnostic scheme distribution element equal equation erasures error correcting codes error probability example exponential sums Figure finite fields GF(q given Goppa codes Hadamard code Hadamard matrix Hamming code IEEE Trans information bits integer interleaving irreducible jammer Lemma level of fault-tolerance linear code matrix metric minimum distance modulo N.J.A. Sloane noise number of points obtained optimal optimum parameters parity parity-check codes performance posterior postman primitive primitive polynomial problem Proof Proposition Qn network received Reed-Solomon resp satisfy sequence signal simulation solution symbols syndrome Theorem Theory transmission transmitted vector weight weighted-output decoding word zero