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Math 810 Error-Correcting Codes Spring 2011 MWF 11:30–12:20 C107 Wells Hall J. Hall Office hours: D219 Wells Hall MWF 10:20 x34653 or by arrangement jhall@math.msu.edu There is no text for the course, but class notes (which include much of the material) are available on my web page: http://www.math.msu.edu/~jhall/classes/classes.html Grading: homework (roughly 70-80%) and a final exam (roughly 30-20%); the lecturer may decided to replace part of the homework or final by a project (or projects). The course is designed for students of Mathematics, Computer Science, or Engineering who have basic knowledge of linear algebra. (You do not have to be from one of these disciplines. Appropriate background is what is needed.) The more advanced algebra of finite fields and polynomial rings that is necessary will be provided or developed in class. The course begins by introducing the basics of algebraic coding theory before moving on to specific topics of both mathematical and engineering interest. This will include generalizations of Reed-Solomon
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course CRYPTO 101 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at Harding.

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