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Turkish Journal of Mathematics

DOI

10.3906/mat-1607-49

Abstract

Using the concept of the partial Hasse derivative, we introduce a generalization of the classical 2-dimensional discrete Fourier transform, which will be called 2D-GDFT. Begining with the basic properties of 2D-GDFT, we proceed to study its computational aspects as well as the inverse transform, which necessitate the development of a faster way to calculate the 2D-GDFT. As an application, we will employ 2D-GDFT to construct a new family of quasi-cyclic linear codes that can be assumed to be a generalization of Reed‒Solomon codes.

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349

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359

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