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Computer Searches for Twisted Reed-Solomon Codes

This is a publically available repository of an implementation which is
connected with the following publication:


Twisted Reed-Solomon Codes

by Peter Beelen, Sven Puchinger, Johan Rosenkilde

Submitted to International Symposium in Information Theory


The code is written by Johan Rosenkilde.

The code is documented in a self-contained fashion, but it should be
understandable for someone with the article at hand.


The code is written in Sage, and will require this to run.
The source file(s) mention the latest version of Sage for which I have verified
they work.

Some of the code here is structured into .sheet-files. They are clear-text
analogues of the Sage Notebook's worksheets. Such a file is not meant to be
imported as a whole, but rather evaluated block by block in a Sage process. In a
sheet file, the blocks are delimited by lines starting with ###, usually
followed by a one-line description of their contents. Possibly, the file is
further sub-structured by visibly larger whitespace. Usually, the first few
blocks will contain definitions, implementing the algorithms and helper
functions. The latter blocks then set up examples and objects for input in the
algorithms.

The latter blocks of the sheet might also contain code for creating plots or
running the simulations included in the paper.

If you are using Emacs, then working with .sheet-files can be conveniently
accomplished using [sage-sheel-mode] and activating its "block" functionality.

This code is released under the GPL v3 or later to conform with Sage's
licensing.

You are welcome to contact me for questions on the implementation or its usage,
or, of course, a discussion of the paper.

Regards,
Johan Rosenkilde
jsrn@jsrn.dk
jsrn.dk