If we take m = 3, we must find one more basis function, now with a pole of order 3 in Q. We leave it as an exercise to find such a function and to check by hand that d is 5. ... Now, let us use the code C(D, G) of length n = 64 and rate % over IF 16 for comparison. ... We consider an example that was considered before (cf.
|Title||:||Introduction to Coding Theory and Algebraic Geometry|
|Author||:||J. van Lint, G. van der Geer|
|Publisher||:||Birkhäuser - 2012-12-06|