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Ratios that are sufficient to detect classes of error patterns in cyclic codes are discussed. Systematic procedures for the correction of Bose-Chaudhuri codes are given; it is shown that these are quite fast but practical only for small numbers of random errors. It is seen that there is the capability of simultaneous independent and burst error correction.
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