Dwijendra Kumar Ray-Chaudhuri


Ph.D. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1959 UnitedStates
Dissertation: On the Application of the Geometry of Quadrics to the Construction of Partially Balanced Incomplete Block Designs and Error Correcting Binary Codes

Advisor: Raj Chandra Bose

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Aydin, NuhThe Ohio State University2002
Balachandran, NiranjanThe Ohio State University2008
Blackford, JasonThe Ohio State University1999
Brickell, ErnestThe Ohio State University1981
Chan, AgnesThe Ohio State University1975
Chang, Kuang-IThe Ohio State University1976
Datta, BiswaUniversity of Ottawa12
Datta, BiswaThe Ohio State University1971
Games, RichardThe Ohio State University1980
Kahn, JeffThe Ohio State University197919
Kim, JeongjinThe Ohio State University1992
Ko, Hai-PingThe Ohio State University1978
Lefever, JohnThe Ohio State University1977
Liu, KanThe Ohio State University1999
Miklos, DezsoThe Ohio State University1986
Nabavi, AliThe Ohio State University2000
Narayani, LakshmiThe Ohio State University1992
Nemzer, DanielThe Ohio State University1977
Qian, JinThe Ohio State University2000
Roth, Jr., RobertThe Ohio State University19791
Schram, ErinThe Ohio State University1989
Seress, ÁkosThe Ohio State University198524
Shaw, Hong-MinThe Ohio State University1992
Siap, IrfanThe Ohio State University19993
Sprague, AlanThe Ohio State University19731
Thirunavukkarasu, KThe Ohio State University1983
Vijayan, KulakkattThe Ohio State University1973
Wilson, RichardThe Ohio State University196962
Wu, XiaohongThe Ohio State University1994
Xiang, QingThe Ohio State University19955
Yeh, Jieh-ShanThe Ohio State University1999
Zhu, TianbaoThe Ohio State University1993

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