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Previous work introduced the idea of matching network codes with network graphs to handle the network dynamics. This paper further integrates channel coding in the adaptive network coding framework through an elegant treatment of circulant shifting. Several code constructions are developed. Theoretical analysis and simulations show that the resultant generalized adaptive network coded cooperation (GANCC) is simple, adaptive, distributive, and capable of remarkable coding gains even with a very small number of cooperating users.