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Number of information symbols in polynomial codes

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Polynomial codes and their dual codes as introduced by Kasami, Lin, and Peterson have considerable algebraic and geometric structure. It has been shown that these codes contain many well-known classes of cyclic codes as subclasses, such as BCH codes, projective geometry codes (PG codes), Euclidean geometry codes (EG codes), and generalized Reed-Muller codes (GRM codes). In this paper, combinatorial expressions for the number of information symbols and parity-check symbols in polynomial codes are derived. The results are applied to two important subclasses of codes, the PG codes and EG codes.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 6 )