By A. Tietäväinen (auth.), Gérard Cohen, Antoine Lobstein, Gilles Zémor, Simon Litsyn (eds.)
This quantity offers the court cases of the 1st French-Soviet workshop on algebraic coding, held in Paris in July 1991. the assumption for the workshop, born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) in 1990, used to be to collect the superior Soviet coding theorists. Scientists from France, Finland, Germany, Israel, Italy, Spain, and the USA additionally attended. The papers within the quantity fall relatively evidently into 4 different types: - functions of exponential sums - masking radius - structures -Decoding.
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