Codes, Designs and Geometry by E. F. Assmus Jr., J. D. Key (auth.), Vladimir Tonchev (eds.)

By E. F. Assmus Jr., J. D. Key (auth.), Vladimir Tonchev (eds.)

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3 shows that a copy ofthe punctured first-order ReedMuller code R(l, 2m)* exists inside the code generated by M~ along with the all one vector. The matrix M~ along with the all one vector and the matrix m span isomorphic codes. Thus, the span of M contains a copy of R( 1, 2m) *. Extend M by adding a row and column of ones. Call this extended matrix T. Since M is the matrix associated with a Hadamard 2 - (22m -1, 22m - 1 -1, 22m - 2 -1) design H(ll, 0)*, T is the matrix associated with a Hadamard 3 - (2 2m , 22m - I , 22m - 2 -1) design H(ll, 0).

30 1 be the set of SOME t -HOMOGENEOUS ~ETS OF PERMUTATIONS 35 pi l , P3, P4}, where the permutations are given in the In fact TIs = ({l, 4)}, TIll = {PI, proof of the preceding Theorem. If P E TI, then I (p) E TI and N (p) E TI, where the involutory operations I and N are defined by LEMMA 1 I (p)("r) = p-l(r) (1) N(p)(r) = p(-r). (2) Moreover the group (I, N) generated by I and N is dihedral of order 8. Proof This is a consequence of the following easily checked facts: I and N are involutory • operations mapping TI onto itself.

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