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Optimal self-dual codes over F2×F2 with respect to the Hamming weight

Dept. of Bus. Inf. Sci., Jobu Univ., Gunma, Japan
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (Impact Factor: 2.62). 03/2004; DOI: 10.1109/TIT.2003.822576
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ABSTRACT In this paper, we study optimal self-dual codes and type IV self-dual codes over the ring F2×F2 of order 4. We give improved upper bounds on minimum Hamming and Lee weights for such codes. Using the bounds, we determine the highest minimum Hamming and Lee weights for such codes of lengths up to 30. We also construct optimal self-dual codes and type IV self-dual codes.

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