CRC Polynomial Zoo

Philip Koopman, Carnegie Mellon University

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Select # Bits in CRC below (see also NOTES PAGE):
3456789 101112131415,
16171819202122232425262728293031,
3233-3637-4041-4445-4849-5253-5657-6061-6364


NOTES SECTION:

Interpret the table entries as follows:

Interpret the Hamming weight data files as follows:

Interpret the Hamming distance data files as follows:

Nomenclature:

See Wikipedia for citations and sources of most names.

I'll try to update Wikipedia with citations as they become formalized if nobody beats me to it. I have checked pretty thoroughly, but a lot of work in this area is pretty obscure. If I find out one of them was published before me I will of course be happy to update the attribution.

I welcome correspondence and especially notification of any errors that might have crept into the work. However, I cannot provide free individual advice on CRCs via e-mail. From time to time I'll augment the data, but research funding for this topic is scarce, so it mostly gets done more or less as a hobby.

If you know of a standard polynomial (e.g., one in an ISO, IEC, or IEEE standard) not in the "zoo" above, please let me know and I'll add it as I have time. (Ideally, you should add it to Wikipedia and then let me know it is there so I can do a data run for it.) While I have spent significant effort on getting things right, this data is provided as-is and provide with out any warranty whatsoever, no matter what might occur on an e-mail or other communication exchange. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!


Last update November 26, 2016.

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