https://groups.google.com/d/forum/sage-coding-theorysage-coding-theoryThe coding theory discussion group is about developing algorithms related to error-correcting codes in Sage.Google GroupsJ2019-09-22T14:14:35Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/SLuLhB5IIIcRe: [sage-coding-theory] When to protect the user - Implementing a sanity check for the syndrome decoderfor > > the maximum_error_weight of the syndrome decoder. > > > > What are your thoughts on such a check? > > surely if there is a robust way to detect inputs which won't lead to a > successful computation, > then why not? If we know the memory of the system, a quick guestimate of theDima Pasechnik2019-09-22T09:53:14Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/SLuLhB5IIIcRe: [sage-coding-theory] When to protect the user - Implementing a sanity check for the syndrome decoderOn Sun, Sep 22, 2019 at 9:49 AM J <mailinglists-sage-coding-theory@927589452.de> wrote: > > Hi, > > While testing and toying with the 8.9.beta3 I could reliably crash sage > on a "user" system with 16GB RAM and crash it on a testsystem with > 500GB RAM, so I would like to suggest ( andJ2019-09-22T08:49:32Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/SLuLhB5IIIcWhen to protect the user - Implementing a sanity check for the syndrome decoderHi, While testing and toying with the 8.9.beta3 I could reliably crash sage on a "user" system with 16GB RAM and crash it on a testsystem with 500GB RAM, so I would like to suggest ( and implement a sanity check for the maximum_error_weight of the syndrome decoder. What are your thoughts onmailinglists-sa...@927589452.de2019-09-19T11:58:56Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/i3pDreTF66IInitiating code objectsHi, maybe some of you have an idea on how to solve this I am generating a list of decoders by doing this in a loop: ``` syndrome_decoders.append(decoder) ``` later I iterate over this list and call a function to check their minimum distance i get the trace at the end Is there a way toJ2019-09-01T17:04:34Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Examples in CodeThis sounds like an interesting challenge, I might have a look at it after finishing my degree (which should be this month) I just wrote a method to get bounded error to test the decoders and am fighting with timeit, so it might take 2 3 weeks still > > On Sunday, 1 September 2019 14:59:28J2019-09-01T15:59:32Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Examples in Codemailinglists-sa...@927589452.de > wrote: > > > > On 19-09-01 05:23:23, Markéta Sluková wrote: > > > I see, is your question why all of them are not the same generating > > > polynomial? > > > > > and not the same field > > > > > I think it's better to include a variety of examples in theMarkéta Sluková2019-09-01T15:34:52Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Examples in CodeIf you are looking to improve the Goppa ticket, it would be great to have Patterson's decoding algorithm implemented. :) On Sunday, 1 September 2019 14:59:28 UTC+2, mailinglists-sa...@927589452.de wrote: > > On 19-09-01 05:23:23, Markéta Sluková wrote: > > I see, is your question why all of themMarkéta Sluková2019-09-01T15:22:34Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Examples in CodeOn Sunday, 1 September 2019 14:59:28 UTC+2, mailinglists-sa...@927589452.de wrote: > > On 19-09-01 05:23:23, Markéta Sluková wrote: > > I see, is your question why all of them are not the same generating > > polynomial? > > > and not the same field > > > I think it's better to include aJ2019-09-01T12:59:28Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Examples in Codeand not the same field > I think it's better to include a variety of examples in the docs to extend > the area that is being tested when you run the doc tests :) For example, if > you only had examples of one polynomial over one field, things could crash > on a different field with aMarkéta Sluková2019-09-01T12:23:24Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Examples in CodeI see, is your question why all of them are not the same generating polynomial? I think it's better to include a variety of examples in the docs to extend the area that is being tested when you run the doc tests :) For example, if you only had examples of one polynomial over one field, thingsJ2019-09-01T12:14:24Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Examples in CodeHi, On 19-08-31 13:23:34, Markéta Sluková wrote: > I just had a quick look at the code and am not sure what you mean. Could > you give me a specific example? > > On Saturday, 31 August 2019 20:29:14 UTC+2, mailinglists-sa...@927589452.de > wrote: > > Is there a reason to have different codeMarkéta Sluková2019-08-31T20:23:34Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IRe: Examples in CodeHi, I just had a quick look at the code and am not sure what you mean. Could you give me a specific example? Thanks, Marketa On Saturday, 31 August 2019 20:29:14 UTC+2, mailinglists-sa...@927589452.de wrote: > > Hi, > > Is there a reason to have different code implementations in the doc >J2019-08-31T18:29:14Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/3-yS6RC0P-IExamples in CodeHi, Is there a reason to have different code implementations in the doc strings of for example `goppa_code.py`? Or should they be reduced to one reocurring example (generating polynomial)? Greets JMarkéta Sluková2019-08-27T14:50:25Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/51fk6N7DzEoRe: [sage-coding-theory] Re: Citing source of the sage-coding-theory projectI am covering rank metric codes and Gabidulin codes from both points of view, since my degree is in mathematics, but I also implemented them in Sage. The main focus of my thesis is on the McEliece cryptosystem. I am also talking about the coding module in Sage, since I did a bit of restructuringJ2019-08-22T07:01:39Zhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sage-coding-theory/SxYPSwZbYqYRe: [sage-coding-theory] Where to point random minor modificationsThank you, I will collect my suggestions for coding-theory under < https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/28381> and will mostly touch the `goppa.py`. Greets J