@article{BrasAmors2020IsometrydualFO,
title={Isometry-dual flags of AG codes},
author={M. Bras-Amor{\'o}s and Iwan M. Duursma and E. Hong},
journal={Designs, Codes and Cryptography},
year={2020},
pages={1-22}
}

Consider a complete flag $$\{0\} = C_0< C_1< \cdots < C_n = \mathbb {F}^n$$ { 0 } = C 0 < C 1 < ⋯ < C n = F n of one-point AG codes of length n over the finite field $$\mathbb {F}$$ F . The codes are defined by evaluating functions with poles at a given point Q in points $$P_1,\dots ,P_n$$ P 1 , ⋯ , P n distinct from Q . A flag has the isometry-dual property if the given flag and the corresponding dual flag are the same up to isometry. For several curves, including the projective line… CONTINUE READING