Computational Experiments in Coding Theory


Computational Experiments in Coding Theory


Lecturer: Prof. Thomas Kürner

Assistant: Michael Schweins


Computational experiments (ET-NT-093):

Workload (SWS): 1h

Date: The exact dates will be published via StudIP.

Time: 15:00-18:00

Location: R 316 CIP-Pool 

Start: 04.06.2019

Language: German


The registration for the computational exercises can be done via StudIP and is open until may 04th. The access information are given in the lecture Coding Theory. It might be possible to attend this class without overlap to the lecture Planning of Terrestrial Radio Networks.


The computational experiments will be done in groups of 2 to 3 students and are implemented in MATLAB. A MATLAB introduction tutorial is available on request. Contact the assistent if required.

The exercices will be available via StudIP one week prior to the experiments.


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To attend the excercise, it is required to register for the lecture in StudIP.


Updated: Monday, 25 March 2019