Preface. 1. A Computational Theory of Surprise; P. Baldi. 2. Dynamic Key Distribution Using MDS Codes; L. Xu. 3. Worst-Case Mutual Information Trajectories in Concatenated Codes with Asymptotic Interleavers; D. Divsalar, S. Shamai. 4. Results to get Maximal Quasihermitian Curves. New possibilities for AG Codes; R.J. McEliece, M.C. Rodríguez-Palánquex. 5. On Asymmetric Error Detection with Feedback; P. Oprisan, B. Bose. 6. Cryptanalysis of Block Ciphers and Weight Divisibility of Some Binary Codes; A. Canteaut, et al. 7. Sloppy Alice attacks! Adaptive chosen ciphertext attacks on the McEliece Public-Key Cryptosystem; E.R. Verheul, et al. 8. Reducible Rank Codes and Applications to Cryptography; E.M. Gabidulin, et al. 9. On a Boolean Maximization Problem; S.W. Golomb, W. Chu. 10. On the Security of the McEliece Public-Key Cryptosystem; N. Sendrier. 11. Performance of MIMO Space Time-Coding with Discrete Modulations on Flat Fading Channels; J.-F. Chen. 12. Coding for Slow-Frequency-Hop Transmission: Variations on a Theme of McEliece; T.G. Macdonald, M.B. Pursley. 13. On Graph Constructions for LDPC Codes by Quasi-Cyclic Extension; R.M. Tanner. 14. On the Channel Memory-Diversity Tradeoff in Communication Systems; A.P. Worthen, W.E. Stark. 15. Duality, Dirty Paper Coding, and Capacity for Multiuser Wireless Channels; N. Jindal, et al. 16. Stability Analysis of the Turbo Decoding Algorithm Using Max-Log-MAP; W.-S. Wu, et al. 17. Recursive List Decoding for Reed-Muller Codes and their Subcodes; I. Dumer, K. Shabunov. 18. Adaptive Soft-Decision Decoding In Two Dimensions; X.-H. Peng, et al. 19. On the Theory of Linear Trellises; R. Koetter, A. Vardy. 20. Coding Over Graphs; A. Jiang, J. Bruck. 21. On Approaching the Capacity of Finite-State Intersymbol Interference Channels; J.B. Soriaga, et al.
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