Stopping Set Distributions of Some Linear Codes

@article{Jiang2006StoppingSD,
  title={Stopping Set Distributions of Some Linear Codes},
  author={Yong Jiang and Shutao Xia and Fangwei Fu},
  journal={2006 IEEE Information Theory Workshop - ITW '06 Chengdu},
  year={2006},
  pages={47-51}
}
In this paper, the stopping set distributions (SSD) of some well-known binary linear codes are determined by using finite geometry theory. Similar to the weight distribution of a binary linear code, the SSD {Ti(H)}n i=0 enumerates the number of stopping sets with size i of a linear code with parity-check matrix H. First, we deal with the simplex codes and Hamming codes. With parity-check matrix formed by all the weight 3 codewords of the Hamming code, the SSD of the simplex code is completely… 
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