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### What are “best” polynoms f(x) g(x) of degree n ? I.e. ideal generated by them is as far from zero as possible ? (Best convolutional codes.)

Consider polynoms f(x) g(x) of degree at most n. (I am mostly interested about F_2[x]).
Let us multiply them by arbitrary polynoms p(x) i.e. consider ideal (p f , p g) in $F_2[x]\oplus F_2[x]$.
Let ...

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### Find polynoms f,g such that for any polynom p(x): |fp|+|gp|>= |f|+|g| ? Where |*| is number of non-zero monoms.

How to construct examples (describe all) polynoms f,g such that for any polynom p(x) not equal to zero: |fp|+|gp|>= |f|+|g| ? Where |*| is number of non-zero monoms (=Hamming weight, by the way it ...

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### Multiplication by polynomials x^2+1 ; x^2+x+1. Does minimal Hamming norm of image equal to 5 ?

Everything over F_2. Let us define Hamming norm of polynom |p(x)| = number of non-zero monoms.
Respectivly for a pair of polynoms |[p ; g]| = |p| +|g|.
Consider linear map $F_2[x] \to F_2[x] \oplus ...

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### Given g1(x), g2(x) minimize over p(x) Hamming weight of [p(x)g1; p(x)g2(x) ] ? (Or how to find minimal distance of convolutional code?)

Fix polynoms g1(x), g2(x) over F_2[x].
Question: How to find minimum over polynoms p(x) of the:
HammingWeight(p(x) g1(x) ) + HammingWeight(p(x) g2(x) ) ?
By HammingWeight of polynom I mean number ...

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### Special polynomials over finite fields

My field of research is coding theory and I am working on cyclic codes. During my research, I tackled an algebraic problem. After some simple definitions, I asked my question. I will appreciate any ...

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### How many k-nomials of deg N divisible by X^16+x^12+x^5 +1 ? (Spectrum of CRC-16-CCITT erroc-correcting code ?)

Let us consider polynoms over $F_2$.
Consider the linear SUBSPACE of polynoms divisible by $x^{16}+x^{12}+x^5 +1$ and of degree less or equal $N$ (e.g. 40).
Question: How many k-nomials belong to ...