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The Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
"... This article gives a brief introduction to the OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (or OEIS). The OEIS is a database of nearly 90,000 sequences of integers, arranged lexicographically. The entry for a sequence lists the initial terms (50 to 100, if available), a description, formulae, programs ..."
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This article gives a brief introduction to the OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (or OEIS). The OEIS is a database of nearly 90,000 sequences of integers, arranged lexicographically. The entry for a sequence lists the initial terms (50 to 100, if available), a description, formulae, programs to generate the sequence, references, links to relevant web pages, and other
Classification of Generalized Hadamard Matrices H(6, 3) and Quaternary Hermitian SelfDual Codes of Length 18
"... All generalized Hadamard matrices of order 18 over a group of order 3, H(6,3), are enumerated in two different ways: once, as class regular symmetric (6,3)nets, or symmetric transversal designs on 54 points and 54 blocks with a group of order 3 acting semiregularly on points and blocks, and second ..."
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All generalized Hadamard matrices of order 18 over a group of order 3, H(6,3), are enumerated in two different ways: once, as class regular symmetric (6,3)nets, or symmetric transversal designs on 54 points and 54 blocks with a group of order 3 acting semiregularly on points and blocks, and secondly, as collections of full weight vectors in quaternary Hermitian selfdual codes of length 18. The second enumeration is based on the classification of Hermitian selfdual [18,9] codes over GF(4), completed in this paper. It is shown that up to monomial equivalence, there are 85 generalized Hadamard matrices H(6,3), and 245 inequivalent Hermitian selfdual codes of length 18 over GF(4). 1
On the classification of Hadamard matrices of order 32
, 2009
"... All equivalence classes of Hadamard matrices of order at most 28 have been found by 1994. Order 32 is where a combinatorial explosion occurs on the number of inequivalent Hadamard matrices. We find all equivalence classes of Hadamard matrices of order 32 which are of certain types. It turns out that ..."
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All equivalence classes of Hadamard matrices of order at most 28 have been found by 1994. Order 32 is where a combinatorial explosion occurs on the number of inequivalent Hadamard matrices. We find all equivalence classes of Hadamard matrices of order 32 which are of certain types. It turns out that there are exactly 13,680,757 Hadamard matrices of one type and 26,369 such matrices of another type. Based on experience with the classification of Hadamard matrices of smaller order, it is expected that the number of the remaining two types of these matrices, relative to the total number of Hadamard matrices of order 32, to be insignificant.
Hadamard matrices of order 32 H. Kharaghani a,1 B. TayfehRezaie b
, 2012
"... Two Hadamard matrices are considered equivalent if one is obtained from the other by a sequence of operations involving row or column permutations or negations. We complete the classification of Hadamard matrices of order 32. It turns out that there are exactly 13,710,027 such matrices up to equival ..."
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Two Hadamard matrices are considered equivalent if one is obtained from the other by a sequence of operations involving row or column permutations or negations. We complete the classification of Hadamard matrices of order 32. It turns out that there are exactly 13,710,027 such matrices up to equivalence.
Hadamard matrices of order 32 H. Kharaghani a,1 B. TayfehRezaie b
, 2012
"... Two Hadamard matrices are considered equivalent if one is obtained from the other by a sequence of operations involving row or column permutations or negations. We complete the classification of Hadamard matrices of order 32. It turns out that there are exactly 13710027 such matrices up to equivalen ..."
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Two Hadamard matrices are considered equivalent if one is obtained from the other by a sequence of operations involving row or column permutations or negations. We complete the classification of Hadamard matrices of order 32. It turns out that there are exactly 13710027 such matrices up to equivalence.