By the example of perfect binary codes, we prove the existence of binary homogeneous nontransitive codes. Thereby, taking into account previously obtained results, we establish a hierarchical picture of extents of linearity for binary codes; namely, there is a strict inclusion of the class of binary linear codes in the class of binary propelinear codes, which are strictly included in the class of binary transitive codes, which, in turn, are strictly included in the class of binary homogeneous codes. We derive a transitivity criterion for perfect binary codes of rank greater by one than the rank of the Hamming code of the same length.
Problems of Information Transmission – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 7, 2015
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