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  • Combinatorics '86by M. Marchi; A. Barlotti; G. Tallini

    Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 146.00

    Recent developments in all aspects of combinatorial and incidence geometry are covered in this volume, including their links with the foundations of geometry, graph theory and algebraic structures, and the applications to coding theory and computer science. Topics covered include Galois geometries, blocking sets, affine and projective planes, incidence... more...

  • Geometries, Codes and Cryptographyby G. Longo; M. Marchi; A. Sgarro

    Springer Vienna 2014; US$ 99.00

    The general problem studied by information theory is the reliable transmission of information through unreliable channels. Channels can be unreliable either because they are disturbed by noise or because unauthorized receivers intercept the information transmitted. In the first case, the theory of error-control codes provides techniques for correcting... more...

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