Dual codes of projective planes of order 25

@article{Clark2003DualCO,
  title={Dual codes of projective planes of order 25},
  author={K. L. Clark and Leslie D. Hatfield and Jennifer D. Key and Harold N. Ward},
  journal={Advances in Geometry},
  year={2003},
  volume={3},
  pages={140-152}
}
We determine improved bounds for the minimum weight of the dual code over F5 of any projective plane of order 25 and describe configurations that could give words of mini- mum weight. 
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