### TABLE II WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION OF CODE 2

2006

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### TABLE I Weight distributions of Hamming (8,4,4), Golay (24,12,8) and quadratic residue (48,24,12) block codes.

### Table 2: The weight distribution of F72

in and

2000

"... In PAGE 6: ...1. The weight distribution of F72 is listed in Table2 . Note that the weight distributions of C and its shadow are given in [4].... In PAGE 6: ... Thus we have the following: Corollary 4.3 If there is no linear [72, 36, 15] code with weight distribution given in Table2 , then there is no extremal Type II [72, 36, 16] code.... ..."

### Table 1: The Second Higher Weight Enumerator for a Type II [72; 36; 16] Code coe cient of yi

"... In PAGE 8: ... In fact there is a unique weight enumerator, given that J(1; 0; 0; y) must be the unique possible Hamming weight enumerator for such a code. This weight enumerator is given in Table1 . There is also a unique W 2(C; y) for a Type II code of length 48 with minimum weight 12, and this is given in Table 2.... ..."

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### Table 1: Hamming and approximate Euclidean weight enumerators for systems with outer convolutional code.

1998

"... In PAGE 7: ...ithout precoder. Fig. 5 shows the corresponding results for bit error rate (BER). In Table1 , the Euclidean weight enumerator estimates for the two systems are shown. (The authors are thankful to Dr.... ..."

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### Table 7: Statistics for the 51 Weighted Hamming Code testcases that were solved by all of the solvers.

2005

"... In PAGE 40: ... The ROBDD-based solver can solve all but seven test cases (namely H(9; 4; 4); H(9; 4; 5); H(10; 4; 3); H(10; 4; 4); H(10; 4; 5); H(10; 4; 6); H(10; 4; 7)), which in reality contains three pairs of mirror image testcases. Since there are too many results to list each testcase individually, performance statistics for the testcases that all the solvers were able to solve are shown in Table7 . Those cases that were solved by at least one but not all of the ROBDD-based solvers are shown in Table 8.... ..."

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### Table 8: Weighted Hamming Code testcases that were solved by at least one but not all solvers

2005

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### Table 7: Statistics for the 51 Weighted Hamming Code testcases that were solved by all of the solvers.

2005

"... In PAGE 35: ... The ROBDD-based solver can solve all but seven test cases (namely H(9, 4, 4), H(9, 4, 5), H(10, 4, 3), H(10, 4, 4), H(10, 4, 5), H(10, 4, 6), H(10, 4, 7)), which in reality contains three pairs of mirror image testcases. Since there are too many results to list each testcase individually, performance statistics for the testcases that all the solvers were able to solve are shown in Table7 . Those cases that were solved by at least one but not all of the ROBDD-based solvers are shown in Table 8.... ..."

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### Table 8: Weighted Hamming Code testcases that were solved by at least one but not all solvers

2005

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