Eugene A. Prange (circa 1918 – February 12, 2006) was an American coding theorist, a researcher at the Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratory in Massachusetts who "introduced many of the early fundamental ideas of algebraic coding theory" and was the first to investigate cyclic codes in 1957. With Andrew Gleason, he is the namesake of the Gleason–Prange theorem on the symmetries of the extended quadratic residue code.
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