By T.Y. Lam

ISBN-10: 0387975233

ISBN-13: 9780387975238

ISBN-10: 3540975233

ISBN-13: 9783540975236

By way of aiming the extent of writing on the beginner instead of the gourmet and through stressing the function of examples and motivation, the writer has produced a textual content that's appropriate for a one-semester graduate path or for self-study.

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If (b1 , . . , bm , bm+1 , . . , bn ) is as in step (3)(b) of the algorithm and X is the matrix with column vectors b1 , . . , bn , then X ∈ GLn (K) and X −1 ai X = ai 0 ai with ai ∈ K m×m , ai ∈ K (n−m)×(n−m) for i = 1, . . , k. Similarly, if (b1 , . . , bm , bm+1 , . . , bn ) is as in step (4)(b) and X is the matrix with column vectors b1 , . . , bn , then X ∈ GLn (K) and X −1 aT i X = ai 0 ai with ai ∈ K m×m , ai ∈ K (n−m)×(n−m) , so that X T ai (X T )−1 = (ai )T 0 (ai )T for i = 1, .

Or 28 Representations and modules are the orbits of G on Ω×Ω then the cardinalities |O1 (ω)|, . . , |Or (ω)| are called the subdegrees of Ω. As seen before these are independent of the choice of ω ∈ Ω. 14 Let G = (1, 3, 4)(2, 5, 6), (3, 5)(4, 6) acting on the set Ω = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}. It is easily checked that G is isomorphic to the alternating group A4 ; G has four orbits on Ω × Ω: O1 O2 O3 O4 = G · (1, 1) = {(i, i) | 1 ≤ i ≤ 6}, = G · (1, 2) = {(1, 2), (2, 1), (3, 5), . }, = G · (1, 3) = {(1, 3), (1, 5), (2, 3), .

Thus the coeﬃcients of wd should add up to 221 . We see that there are 3850 vectors in W with minimal non-zero weight 32. Thus W can correct 15 errors in the above sense.

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