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HAMMING GEOMETRY
, 2006
"... This thesis deals with the geometry of the nth Cartesian powers of the complete graphs K(b). Emphasis is placed on the nth power of K(2), the graph of the ncube. We inv estigate sets of vertices which behave like the convex sets of Euclidean geometry. A geometric characterization is given for the ..."
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This thesis deals with the geometry of the nth Cartesian powers of the complete graphs K(b). Emphasis is placed on the nth power of K(2), the graph of the ncube. We inv estigate sets of vertices which behave like the convex sets of Euclidean geometry. A geometric characterization is given
Generalized Hamming Weights for Linear Codes
, 2001
"... Error control codes are widely used to increase the reliability of transmission of information over various forms of communications channels. The Hamming weight of a codeword is the number of nonzero entries in the word; the weights of the words in a linear code determine the errorcorrecting capaci ..."
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correcting capacity of the code. The rth generalized Hamming weight for a linear code C, denoted by dr(C), is the minimum of the support sizes for rdimensional subcodes of C. For instance, d1(C) equals the traditional minimum Hamming weight of C. In 1991, Feng, Tzeng, and Wei proved that the second generalized
Generalized hamming weights of nonlinear codes and the relation to the Z_4linear representation
 IEEE TRANS. INFORM. THEORY
, 1999
"... In this correspondence, we give a new definition of generalized Hamming weights of nonlinear codes and a new interpretation connected with it. These generalized weights are determined by the entropy/length profile of the code. We show that this definition characterizes the performance of nonlinear c ..."
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In this correspondence, we give a new definition of generalized Hamming weights of nonlinear codes and a new interpretation connected with it. These generalized weights are determined by the entropy/length profile of the code. We show that this definition characterizes the performance of nonlinear
Intertemporal Substitution In Labor Supply: Evidence From Micro Data
 Journal of Political Economy
, 1986
"... The sensitivity of the supply of labor to intertemporal variation in the wage is an important issue in macroeconomics, the analysis of social security and pensions, and the study of life cycle patterns of work. This paper explores two approaches to the measurement of intertemporal substi tution ..."
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 tution which have appeared in the literature. The first approach is to use consumption to control for wealth and unobserved expectations about future wages in the labor supply equation. The second approach is to estimate a first difference equation for hours in which labor supply from the previous
Finite Geometry and Coding Theory
, 1999
"... In these notes I will discuss some recent developments at the interface between nite geometry and coding theory. These developments, are all based on the theory of quadratic forms over GF(2), and I have included an introduction to this material. The particular topics are bent functions and diffe ..."
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In these notes I will discuss some recent developments at the interface between nite geometry and coding theory. These developments, are all based on the theory of quadratic forms over GF(2), and I have included an introduction to this material. The particular topics are bent functions
NOTES ON ALGEBRAICGEOMETRIC CODES
"... Ideas from algebraic geometry became useful in coding theory after Goppa’s construction [8]. He had the beautiful idea of associating to a curve X defined over Fq, the finite field with q elements, a code C. This code, called AlgebraicGeometric (AG) code, is constructed from two divisors D and G on ..."
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Ideas from algebraic geometry became useful in coding theory after Goppa’s construction [8]. He had the beautiful idea of associating to a curve X defined over Fq, the finite field with q elements, a code C. This code, called AlgebraicGeometric (AG) code, is constructed from two divisors D and G
Ham’s
, 2008
"... Weidner and participants at the USC Applied Micro Workshop. Huseyin Gunay and Heonjae Song provided able research assistance. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundati ..."
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programs, thus allowing policy makers to compare the impacts of these programs. Second,
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