## Information about binary linear codes

Fill in **n** and **k** below. I will give you some information about
binary linear codes having length n and dimension k. You must have
n 85 or
(n 300 and
k 14).

For information about how this data was generated, see the documentation for
Split. For more
information about the existence of [n,k,d] codes (not just in the binary case),
see Brouwer's tables.
For nonlinear codes, see the tables of
Litsyn, Raines, and Sloane.

This database is the output of an NSF-supported project which I worked
on at the University of Nebraska (Lincoln) Department of Mathematics and
Statistics, the software for which is freely available in its entirety from this
web site. This work is now complete, and I now do computational biology, but the
Department is kindly maintaining
this web site. If the web site breaks, please report the problem to me. If
there are scientific errors, or more likely improvements, as no errors have ever
been pointed out, I suggest that you post them to the web; I will add a link if
you so request.

David B. Jaffe

Whitehead Institute/MIT Center for Genome Research

e-mail: jaffe@genome.wi.mit.edu