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### How would you cite a result that it is not quite correct, but whose proof contains some useful ideas

There is a paper that was published 15 years ago; one of the theorems in it is wrong in general. A few years ago some people told the author that this theorem is wrong as stated, but yet a partial ...

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### is any closed form relation that can state the error probability of code versus its variable and check node degree distributions?

In Low Density parity check code design, when bit (or frame) error probability of code is the objective of the design, we need a closed form relation between error probably (or even an approximate or ...