Rectangular Basis of a Linear Code
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A rectangular code is a code for which there exists an unique minimal trellis. Such a code can be considered to be an algebraically closed set under the rectangular complement operation. The notions of rectangular closure and basis were already defined. In this paper we represent a method to construct a rectangular basis of a linear code from a given linear basis.
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