Series: Handbook of Coding Theory

The Handbook is divided into three parts, the first part comprising Volume I and the remaining two parts Volume II. Part I, Algebraic Coding, deals primarily with the algebraic structure of error correcting codes. Part 2, Connections, is devoted to connections between coding theory and other branches of mathematics and computer science. Part 3, Applications, deals with a variety of applications of coding. The authors have taken a broad perspective on their topics, and, by interacting with other authors, have often established links between the chapters. Most of the chapters are self-contained with the majority of the proofs presented in full. Open problems are often identified, and many chapters bring you to the frontiers of research. Each chapter provides and extensive bibliography that will be a tool to extend the development of that chapter.
Book Series: Handbook of Coding Theory

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Volume II. Handbook of Coding Theory

Published: 16th November 1998 Author: Bozzano Luisa

The second volume of this work contains Parts 2 and 3 of the "Handbook of Coding Theory". Part 2, "Connections", is devoted to connections between coding theory and other branches of mathematics and computer science. Part 3, "Applications", deals with a variety of applications for coding.