Coding theory, a branch of applied mathematics, provides the essential tools and techniques to maintain the integrity of complex data while transmitting them over noisy channels. Without these techniques most communication channels would not function at an acceptable level. The far-reaching applications include radio, television, telephone, writing and reading CDs, and data transmission from space. This volume, originally published in 1974 by IEEE Press and now distributed by A K Peters, Ltd., is a collection of reprints of original papers in coding theory covering the first 25 years of the field, with notes and comments inserted by the editor, who is one of the foremost contributors to the subject. Studying the original papers that shaped the subject provides a thorough introduction and will serve as stimulation for further research.
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