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In the preliminaries Here paper, in the item c) proof, there a proposition that say: "So by our choice of g we get $$\theta/p | \psi/p$$", how i use "So by our choice of g we get"?, Why g havenot anyelse degree?, why choice small as posible that contravening c)? Here paper

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Your chances of getting an answer may increase considerably if you put a minimal amount of effort into stating your question clearly. That might include stating that you're referring to a paper before starting the question with "in the preliminaries section", and also placing word spacing and punctuation correctly. –  joriki Sep 20 '11 at 14:28
And is it possible to find a proper reference to the paper instead of (or at least, in addition to) uploading a zip file? (I hate zip files. They invariably do not work for me. :=)) –  Srivatsan Sep 20 '11 at 15:12
Agree with Srivatsan. Zip-file is too much effort. With the SW I have, I would first need to download the file to my computer, then unzip it, and only then I could take a look. Sorry, will not do. If I were sure this is about the kind of coding theory that I know about, I might unzip it. But even the notation is all Greek to me! So it may be source coding as opposed to channel coding? –  Jyrki Lahtonen Sep 20 '11 at 17:40

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