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While random linear network coding is a powerful tool for disseminating information in communication networks, it is highly susceptible to errors caused by various sources. Due to error propagation, errors greatly deteriorate the throughput of network coding and seriously undermine both reliability and security of data. Hence error control for network coding is vital. Recently, constant-dimension codes (CDCs), especially K\"otter-Kschischang (KK) codes, have been proposed for error control indoi:10.1109/tvlsi.2010.2096239 fatcat:rleokmslp5dp5cr4m6q5jfbvlm