We consider the problem of finding the number of permutation non-equivalent classical irreducible maximal Goppa codes having fixed parameters q, n and r from a group theory point of view.
We consider irreducible Goppa codes over Fq of length q n defined by polynomials of degree r where q is a prime power and n, r are arbitrary positive integers. We obtain an upper bound on the number of such codes.
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