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By V. B. Balakirsky (auth.), G. Cohen, S. Litsyn, A. Lobstein, G. Zémor (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540578439

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This quantity provides the lawsuits of the 1st French-Israeli Workshop on Algebraic Coding, which came about in Paris in July 1993. The workshop used to be a continuation of a French-Soviet Workshop held in 1991 and edited by means of an analogous board. The completely refereed papers during this quantity are grouped into elements on: convolutional codes and specific channels, masking codes, cryptography, sequences, graphs and codes, sphere packings and lattices, and limits for codes.

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2 2 2 = − {(λ1 − p1 ) + (λ2 − p2 ) + (λ3 − p3 ) }   3     t3 2  2 2  + {µ p1 (λ1 − p1 ) + µ p2 (λ2 − p2 ) + ν p3 (λ3 − p3 )}    24    4 5  t 2 t  4 2 4 2 4 2  − ν g(λ3 − p3 ) + (µ p1 + µ p2 + ν p3 )   45 240    6 7  t 4 t 4 2   − ν gp3 + ν g . ) in which we can only depend on the terms as far as the second order, but which acquire a 36 correctness of the fourth order when cleared of the small divisors, and give then  λ1 = p1 − µ2 t(e1 + 12 p1 t) + 16 µ4 t3 (e1 + 14 p1 t),   2 1 1 4 3 1 λ2 = p2 − µ t(e2 + 2 p2 t) + 6 µ t (e2 + 4 p2 t),   1 λ3 = p3 − ν 2 t(e3 + 12 p3 t − 16 gt2 ) + 16 ν 4 t3 (e3 + 14 p3 t − 20 gt2 ).

M   mi mk  + (xi xk + yi yk + zi zk − M fi,k ) + · · · ,  M 42 of which the latter is small in comparision with the former, and may be neglected in a first approximation.  dt m δz M dt m δζ δζ These equations arrange themselves in n − 1 groups, corresponding to the n − 1 binary systems (m, M ); and it is easy to integrate the equations of each group separately. ) with five other analogous, for the five other elements λ, µ, ν, τ , ω, in any one binary system (m, M ). 33. ) together with analogous expressions for the differentials of the other elements.

R = {ξ 2 + η 2 + ζ 2 }, it is easy to perceive that the six combinations of the 4 first elements are as follows: {κ, λ} = 0, {κ, µ} = 0, {κ, ν} = 0, {λ, µ} = 0, 45 {λ, ν} = 1, {µ, ν} = 0. ) observing that in differentiating the expressions of the elements (Q2 ), we may treat those elements as constant, if we change the differentials of ξ η ζ x y z to their undisturbed values. ) may therefore be thus written: {e, ω} =    z    δe δe δe ξ +η +ζ δx δy δz ξx + ηy + ζz     δe − δz    δκ δz −1 +{e, ν}+ δω δω {e, λ}+ {e, µ}.

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