Generalization of the Norse Bounds to Codes
The Norse bounds state that all codes (resp. all self-complementary codes) of strength 1 (resp. 2) and length n have covering radius at most n/2 (resp. n-√n / 2). We generalize this to arbitrary even values of strength, still assuming self-complementarity, and to odd strengths without this hypothesis. Our proof techniques are probabilistic.
Sole, P. and Mehrotra, Kishan, "Generalization of the Norse Bounds to Codes" (1989). Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Technical Reports. 58.
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