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New Deep Holes of Generalized Reed-Solomon Codes

@article{Zhang2012NewDH,
  title={New Deep Holes of Generalized Reed-Solomon Codes},
  author={Jun Zhang and Fangwei Fu and Qunying Liao},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1205.6593}
}
Deep holes play an important role in the decoding of generalized Reed-Solomon codes. Recently, Wu and Hong [11] found a new class of deep holes for standard Reed-Solomon codes. In the present paper, we give a concise method to obtain a new class of deep holes for generalized Reed-Solomon codes. In particular, for standard Reed-Solomon codes, we get the new class of deep holes given in [11]. Li and Wan [6] studied deep holes of generalized Reed-Solomon codes GRSk(Fq,D) and characterized deep… 

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