Algebraic Geometry Codes and Huawei's 8th Problem

SpeakerChuangqiang Hu

ScheduleEvery Friday, 2021.09.17 ~ 12.03, 15:20 ~ 16:55

Venue: BIMSA RM 1118

Zoom ID638 227 8222, Password:BIMSA


Since Goppa constructed algebraic geometric(AG) codes from several rational places, the study of AG codes becomes an important instrument in coding theory. For a given AG code, the famous Riemann–Roch theorem gives a non-trivial lower bound, named Goppa bound, for the minimum distance in a very general setting. I will present a brief introduction to AG Codes and explain in detail its relation to Huawei’s 8th problem.


Basic knowledge of Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry

Algebraic Function Fields and Codes


[1](PW: 8xN$s8D$)  [2](PW: 3Y#4=!Bh)  [3](PW: s&u8+AF3)  [4](PW: 4aQDU%5q)  [5](PW: 8+@ZMB1^)  [6](PW: x03?e@N&)  [7](PW: At6*&QB4)  [8](PW: F3Sz#BX8)  [9](PW: 2pMCKxX%)  


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