Posted by: atri | April 25, 2011

Lecture 37: Guruswami’s list decoding algorithm for folded RS codes

In today’s lecture, we analyzed the first version of Guruswami’s new algorithm to list decode folded RS codes (with “folding parameter” m) that needs relative agreement roughly m\cdot R. Towards the end of the lecture, we saw how we might be able to get away with agreement roughly the optimal R.

Next lecture, we will analyze this new version of the list decoding algorithm and then argue that in Step 2 of the algorithm we do not output too many f(X).

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