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Apr
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accepted Linear independence of finite field elements and subfields
Apr
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comment Linear independence of finite field elements and subfields
Thank you so much for the thorough answer, this is helpful.
Apr
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comment Linear independence of finite field elements and subfields
Thanks Gerry, I should have been more careful. I updated the question.
Apr
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revised Linear independence of finite field elements and subfields
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Apr
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asked Linear independence of finite field elements and subfields
Apr
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comment Generalization of a projective plane?
Thanks, Quiaochu! I'll try to understand now how this generalizes the definition of a projective plane.
Apr
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comment Generalization of a projective plane?
I can't create a tag, but I was wondering if it would make sense to have a "finite-geometry" tag.
Apr
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asked Generalization of a projective plane?
Apr
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asked Intersection of blocks of the symmetric BIBD $PG(d,q)$
Oct
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accepted Ordering compositions of integers, where cyclic shifts are not considered distinct
Oct
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revised Ordering compositions of integers, where cyclic shifts are not considered distinct
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Oct
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comment Ordering compositions of integers, where cyclic shifts are not considered distinct
Please help me with the tags; I have < 300 reputation so I cannot create tags related to "integer compositions" "ordering", etc. Not sure what else to tag there.. Thank you.
Oct
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asked Ordering compositions of integers, where cyclic shifts are not considered distinct
Jul
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comment References for this kind of combinatorial objects? (lists of integers with small number of distinct pairwise differences)
@AndréNicolas Didn't know about that problem.. That's very interesting.
Jul
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comment References for this kind of combinatorial objects? (lists of integers with small number of distinct pairwise differences)
Thank you for the providing a on-the-spot theory, that helps a lot.
Jul
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accepted References for this kind of combinatorial objects? (lists of integers with small number of distinct pairwise differences)
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asked References for this kind of combinatorial objects? (lists of integers with small number of distinct pairwise differences)
Feb
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comment Are linear shift register sequences corresponding to reciprocal polynomials equivalent?
Thank you sir for helping me one more time with my understanding of LFSRs!
Feb
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accepted Are linear shift register sequences corresponding to reciprocal polynomials equivalent?
Feb
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comment Are linear shift register sequences corresponding to reciprocal polynomials equivalent?
Thanks for the feedback! The definition according to the paper that I am reading ("Shift-Register Synthesis and BCH Decoding", by J.L. Masssey) is that the leading coefficient corresponds to the output bit. Now, regarding the reciprocal thing: Do you have any reference or hints about the proof? And furthermore, are you sure that this holds for non-maximal sequences (i.e. when the corresponding polynomial is non-primitive)?