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Coding Theory and Applications : 3rd International Colloquium, Toulon, France, November 2-4, 1988. Proceedings - Gerard Daniel Cohen

Coding Theory and Applications

3rd International Colloquium, Toulon, France, November 2-4, 1988. Proceedings

By: Gerard Daniel Cohen (Editor), Jacques Wolfmann (Editor)

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A rich source of information about human voluntary movement in health and disease can be found in this book. The most esteemed researchers in their respective fields bring you up-to-date articles. Their collected work combines fundamental research in the life sciences with clinical neuroscience in a unique overview. The interdisciplinary aspects of motor physiology uncover a wealth of information for researchers from neighboring disciplines. For example, oculomotor research, vestibular research, equilibrium, sensory research and cognition, evolution, synaptic and elementary processes and the neurological sciences can be discovered.

Codes and character sums.- Codes from some Artin-Schreier curves.- Families of codes exceeding the Varshamov-Gilbert bound.- Polynomial factorization using Brill-Noether algorithm.- New bounds on cyclic codes from algebraic curves.- Exponential sums and the Carlitz-Uchiyama bound.- Bounds on the use of the postal channel.- A new authentication algorithm.- A method for finding codewords of small weight.- Generating codewords in real space: Application to decoding.- Weighted decoding of linear block codes by solving a system of implicit equations.- Suboptimum weighted-output symbol-by-symbol decoding of block codes.- Results of generalized minimum distance decoding for block code of rate 1/2.- An overview of recent results in the theory of burst-correcting codes.- Note for computing the minimun polynomial of elements in large finite fields.- A quaternary cyclic code, and a family of quadriphase sequences with low correlation properties.- A simple description of Kerdock codes.- Relation between the minimum weight of a linear code over GF(qm) and its q-ary image over GF(q).- Covering in hypercubes.- More on the plane of order 10.- Linear recurrence relations and an extended subresultant algorithm.- The future pan European mobile radiotelephone system a short overview.- Experimental direct-sequence spread-spectrum digital mobile radio transmission.- Concatenated coding schemes for H.F. (High Frequency) channels.- Bandwidth efficient coding on channels disturbed by jamming and impulse noise.- Error correcting coding scheme against partial time jammers.- Evaluation of a coding design for a very noisy channel / Evaluation d'une Configuration de Codage Pour une Ligne tres Bruitee.- Design and implementation of an asynchronous transmission process by code division multiple access.- Is minimal distance a good criterion?.- Open problem 1: Covering radius of the circuit code.- Open problem 2: Cyclic codes over rings and p-adic fields.

ISBN: 9783540516439
ISBN-10: 3540516433
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 331
Published: 20th September 1989
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.83
Weight (kg): 0.49