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There are many algorithms to construct good low-density parity-check (LDPC) code, the most typical algorithms are bit-filling algorithm, randomly construction algorithm, and PEG (progressive edge growth) algorithm. As shown in , the error floor of LDPC Code is decreased by using PEG algorithm, but the error correction performance in waterfall region is compromised since a stopping set with small size will form the codeword with small Hamming weight over AWGN . In this paper, we propose a novel algorithm to construct LDPC Codes. In our algorithm, we construct LDPC Code to avoid small girth and small stopping set by detecting the complete associated matrix of check node (defined in this paper) that converted from bipartite graph of LDPC Code based on the graph theory. Simulation shows that the LDPC code constructed by our algorithm has lower error floor than randomly constructed LDPC Code. The performance improvement of our algorithm is 0.1dB at BER of 10-3 compared with PEG algorithm.