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May 10, 2007 8:8 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in ws-procs9x6 41 k−2 We give the parameters f and h explicitly. If d = δq k−1 − i=0 δi q i , then k−2 n = gq (k, d) = δθk−1 − i=0 δi θi , from the preceding paragraph. Since k−2 i=0 δi θi < θk−1 , we have n/θk−1 = δ; and since f = M(Πk−1 ) = bθk−1 − n ≥ 0, it follows that b ≥ δ. If L( λ ) = b, let C be the shortened code whose coordinate functionals are the restrictions to ker λ of the coordinate functionals of C that are not in λ . ) Then C is an [n − b, k − 1, d ]q code with d ≥ d.

H0 , 0 expansions. If h < h , then [ht−1 , . . , h0 ] ≺ ht−1 , . . , h0 ; but, as above, that implies the contradiction [ht−1 , . . , h0 , h−1 ] ≺ ht−1 , . . , h0 , 0 . May 10, 2007 8:8 WSPC - Proceedings Trim Size: 9in x 6in ws-procs9x6 40 The Hamada bound can be applied to multiarcs: let K be an (n, r)-arc in PG(t, q), and let b = max(K); thus b ≥ r/θt−1 . Then bP − K is a (bθt − n, bθt−1 − r)-minihyper, so that bθt − n ≥ f (bθt−1 − r); that is, n ≤ bθt −f (bθt−1 −r). Write bθt−1 −r = (b− r/θt−1 )θt−1 +( r/θt−1 θt−1 −r).

1 is true, we would get that the code is divisible by pe+1 , and then M(l) ≡ x(mod pe+1 ) for all lines l. But in fact this congruence is true–never mind the conjecture–because the polynomial proof in Ball et al. 1 can be invoked with appropriate changes. 2. Suppose that M is a nonempty orphan (x(q + 1), x)minihyper in Π2 and p is the prime dividing q. Then x > q − q/p. 1. Let M be a nonempty orphan (x(q + 1), x)-minihyper in Π2 and suppose that x ≤ y < q with pe |y. Then i) M(l) ≤ x + q − pe+1 for each line l, and ii) max M ≤ x − pe+1 .