On superregular matrices and MDP convolutional codes
Superregular matrices are a type of lower triangular Toeplitz matrix that arises in the context of constructing convolutional codes having a maximum distance profile. These matrices are characterized by the property that the only submatrices having a zero determinant are those whose determinants are trivially zero due to the lower triangular structure. In this paper, we discuss how superregular matrices may be used to construct codes having a maximum distance profile. We also present an upper...[Show more]
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