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# An Introduction to Coding Theory Lecture Notes

## An Introduction to Coding Theory Lecture Notes An Introduction to Coding Theory Lecture Notes

Linear codes, Syndrome decoding of linear codes, The Hamming codes, The binary Golay codes, The ternary Golay codes, Perfect codes and data compression, MacWillimas identities, Pless symmetry codes, Cyclic codes, Idempotent generators of cyclic codes

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