Olli Pottonen

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The metric dimension of a graph G is the size of a smallest subset L ⊆ V (G) such that for any x, y ∈ V (G) there is a z ∈ L such that the graph distance between x and z differs from the graph distance between y and z. Even though this notion has been part of the literature for almost 40 years, the computational complexity of determining the metric(More)
A complete classification of the perfect binary one-error-correcting codes of length 15 as well as their extensions of length 16 is presented. There are 5 983 such inequivalent perfect codes and 2 165 extended perfect codes. Efficient generation of these codes relies on the recent classification of Steiner quadruple systems of order 16. Utilizing a result(More)
The Steiner quadruple systems of order 16 are classified up to isomorphism by means of an exhaustive computer search. The number of isomorphism classes of such designs is 1,054,163. Properties of the designs—including the orders of the automorphism groups and the structures of the derived Steiner triple systems of order 15—are tabulated. A double-counting(More)
— A complete classification of the perfect binary one-error-correcting codes of length 15 as well as their extensions of length 16 was recently carried out in [P. R. J. ¨ Ostergård and O. Pottonen, " The perfect binary one-error-correcting codes of length 15: Part I—Classification, " submitted for publication]. In the current accompanying work, the(More)
The minimum distance graph of a code has the codewords as vertices and edges exactly when the Hamming distance between two codewords equals the minimum distance of the code. A constructive proof for reconstructibility of an extended perfect binary one-error-correcting code from its minimum distance graph is presented. Consequently, inequivalent such codes(More)
The doubly shortened perfect codes of length 13 are classified utilizing the classification of perfect codes in [P.R.J. ¨ Ostergård and O. Potto-nen, The perfect binary one-error-correcting codes of length 15: Part I— Classification, IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory, to appear]; there are 117821 such (13,512,3) codes. By applying a switching operation to those(More)
Properties of the 11 084 874 829 Steiner triple systems of order 19 are examined. In particular, there is exactly one 5-sparse, but no 6-sparse, STS(19); there is exactly one uniform STS(19); there are exactly two STS(19) with no almost parallel classes; all STS(19) have chromatic number 3; all have chromatic index 10, except for 4 075 designs with(More)