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Weight Distribution and List-Decoding Size of Reed–Muller Codes

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3 Author(s)
Kaufman, T. ; Bar-Ilan Univ., Ramat Gan, Israel ; Lovett, S. ; Porat, E.

The weight distribution and list-decoding size of Reed-Muller codes are studied in this work. Given a weight parameter, we are interested in bounding the number of Reed-Muller codewords with weight up to the given parameter; and given a received word and a distance parameter, we are interested in bounding the size of the list of Reed-Muller codewords that are within that distance from the received word. Obtaining tight bounds for the weight distribution of Reed-Muller codes has been a long standing open problem in coding theory, dating back to 1976. In this work, we make a new connection between computer science techniques used to study low-degree polynomials and these coding theory questions. This allows us to resolve the weight distribution and list-decoding size of Reed-Muller codes for all distances. Previous results could only handle bounded distances: Azumi, Kasami, and Tokura gave bounds on the weight distribution which hold up to 2.5 times the minimal distance of the code; and Gopalan, Klivans, and Zuckerman gave bounds on the list-decoding size which hold up to the Johnson bound.

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Information Theory, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:58 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

May 2012

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