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Reports tagged with distance amplification:
TR21-136 | 13th September 2021
Gil Cohen, Tal Yankovitz

LCC and LDC: Tailor-made distance amplification and a refined separation

The Alon-Edmonds-Luby distance amplification procedure (FOCS 1995) is an algorithm that transforms a code with vanishing distance to a code with constant distance. AEL was invoked by Kopparty, Meir, Ron-Zewi, and Saraf (J. ACM 2017) for obtaining their state-of-the-art LDC, LCC and LTC. Cohen and Yankovitz (CCC 2021) devised a ... more >>>

TR23-056 | 26th April 2023
Geoffrey Mon, Dana Moshkovitz, Justin Oh

Approximate Locally Decodable Codes with Constant Query Complexity and Nearly Optimal Rate

We present simple constructions of good approximate locally decodable codes (ALDCs) in the presence of a $\delta$-fraction of errors for $\delta<1/2$. In a standard locally decodable code $C \colon \Sigma_1^k \to \Sigma_2^n$, there is a decoder $M$ that on input $i \in [k]$ correctly outputs the $i$-th symbol of a ... more >>>

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