Weighing algorithms of classification and identification of situations

@article{Chudnov2015WeighingAO,
  title={Weighing algorithms of classification and identification of situations},
  author={Alexander M. Chudnov},
  journal={Discrete Mathematics and Applications},
  year={2015},
  volume={25},
  pages={69 - 81}
}
  • A. Chudnov
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • Discrete Mathematics and Applications
Abstract The paper gives lower bounds for the minimum number m of weighings that are necessary for identification of up to t non-standard objects out of the total number of n objects being tested. For the problem with fixed deviation of weights of non-standard objects we construct a perfect algorithms with parameters n = 11, m = 5, t = 2 corresponding to the parameters of the ternary Virtakallio-Golay code. The nonexistence of a perfect weighing code with such parameters is proved. 

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