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By S. Iitaka

The purpose of this e-book is to introduce the reader to the geometric concept of algebraic kinds, particularly to the birational geometry of algebraic varieties.This quantity grew out of the author's publication in eastern released in three volumes via Iwanami, Tokyo, in 1977. whereas penning this English model, the writer has attempted to arrange and rewrite the unique fabric in order that even newcomers can learn it simply with out touching on different books, akin to textbooks on commutative algebra. The reader is barely anticipated to grasp the definition of Noetherin earrings and the assertion of the Hilbert foundation theorem.

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L of points of a linear space W which does not lie in hyperplane. l. Prove the validity of the following assertions: (a) There is a one-to-one correspondence between the set of equivalence classes of [n,k,d]q-systems and the set of linear [n,k,d]q-codes. (Hint: Consider the space V* of linear forms L on V and injective map 4> : V* -+ F; defined by 4>(L) = (4)1 (L), ... , 4>n(L )), 4>i(L) = L(Pi). ) (b) There is a one-to-one correspondence between the set of equivalence classes of dual [n,k,d)q-systems and the set oflinear [n,k,dJq-codes.

9. State and prove the similar result for non-linear codes. 10. Prove that the curve R = aq(a) is continuous on the segment [0,1]. Show that it satisfies the conditions Clq(O) = l,aq(a) = 0 for (q -1)jq ~ a ~ I and decreases on the segment [0, (q -1)jq]. 11. Prove that Krawtchouk polynomials have the following properties: (a) Pi(U)=L]=O(-qy(q-l)i-J(~=j)0); (b) Pi(U) =L]=o(-I Yi/-J (n-;+j) (~=;); (c) Pi(U) is polynomial of degree i in u, with leading coefficient (-q)iji! and constant tenn (~) (q - l)i; Bounds on Codes 39 (d) Orthogonality relations: Ita G) (q - I)' Pi (l)Pj(l) = qn(q - l)i (~) aij; (e) (q-l)'G)Pi(l) = (q-l)iG)P,(i); (t) Il=oPi(l)P,(j) = qnaij; (g) Recurrence: (i + 1)Pi+ 1(u) = (( n - i) (q - 1) + i - qu )Pi (u) -(q-l)(n-i+l)Pi-l, Po = 1,Pl (u) ={q - l)n - qu; (h) Iff(u) is a polynomial of degree t and t feu) = I aiPi(U), i=O then n ai = q-n If(j)Pj(i).

Aim nates in a basis of Fqm over F q . Now we consider the t x n matrix over Fqm: H~(i al a2 a 2I a 22 at a t2 r of its coordi- al ,-1 ) a 2n-I ... n-I at This matrix can also be considered as a mt x n matrix over F q • In a sense His a parity check matrix for the code C. Indeed x = (XI, ... ,xn) is in C if and only if XI + X2ai + ... +xna7-1 = 0 for 1 ::; i ::; t, because X E C if and only if the polynomial XI +X2U + ... +xnu n- I is divisible by g(u). , a parity-check matrix for C can be obtained from H by deleting rows if necessary.