Codes and Designs

@article{Bridges1981CodesAD,
  title={Codes and Designs},
  author={William G. Bridges and Marshall Hall and John L. Hayden},
  journal={J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A},
  year={1981},
  volume={31},
  pages={155-174}
}
In addition to its own very considerable merits, coding theory has recently become a valuable tool for investigating block designs. It is hoped that coding theory will be as useful in the study of designs as representation theory has been in the study of groups. MacWilliams et al. [5] used the binary code of the plane of order 10 to investigate its properties. A recent paper by Anstee et al. [I] showed that a plane of order 10 cannot have a collineation of order 5. It has been shown by Z. Janko… CONTINUE READING
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