Singly Even Self-Dual Codes With Minimal Shadow

@article{Bouyuklieva2012SinglyES,
  title={Singly Even Self-Dual Codes With Minimal Shadow},
  author={Stefka Bouyuklieva and Wolfgang Willems},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Theory},
  year={2012},
  volume={58},
  pages={3856-3860}
}
In this paper, extremal singly even self-dual codes with minimal shadow are investigated. Nonexistence of such codes for particular parameters is proved. By a result of Rains, the length of extremal singly even self-dual codes is bounded. Explicit bounds are given in case the shadow is minimal. 

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