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Definition 3.15 A code is augmented by adding new codewords. It may be that the new code is not linear. The minimum distance of the code may decrease. Definition 3.16 A code is shortened by deleting a message symbol. This means that a row is removed from the generator matrix (corresponding to that message symbol) and a column is removed from the generator matrix (corresponding to the encoded message symbol). An ( n ,k ) code becomes an (n - 1, k - 1) code. Shortened cyclic codes are discussed in more detail in section 4.12. Definition 3.17 A code is lengthened by adding a message symbol. This means that a row is added to the generator matrix (for the message symbol) and a column is added to represent the coded message symbol). An ( n ,k ) code becomes an (n 1, k 1) code. 0
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