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One-weight and two-weight -additive codes

In this paper, a class of additive codes which is referred to as ℤ 2 ℤ 2 [ u , v ] $\mathbb {Z}_{2}\mathbb {Z}_{2}[u,v]$ -additive codes is introduced. This is a generalization towards another direction of recently introduced ℤ 2 ℤ 4 $\mathbb …

08.08.2019 | TC: SETA 2018 (by invitation only)

On generalized hyper-bent functions

Hyper-bent Boolean functions were introduced in 2001 by Youssef and Gong (and initially proposed by Golomb and Gong in 1999 as a component of S-boxes) to ensure the security of symmetric cryptosystems but no cryptographic attack has been …


Integer codes correcting burst asymmetric within a byte and double asymmetric errors

This paper presents a class of integer codes capable of correcting l-bit burst asymmetric errors within a b-bit byte (1 ≤ l < b) and double asymmetric errors within a codeword. The presented codes are constructed with the help of a computer and …


A direct construction of primitive formally dual pairs having subsets with unequal sizes

The concept of formal duality was proposed by Cohn, Kumar and Schürmann, which reflects a remarkable symmetry among energy-minimizing periodic configurations. This formal duality was later translated into a purely combinatorial property by Cohn …


Differential uniformity of the composition of two functions

In this paper, we study the differential uniformity of the composition of two functions with the help of Boolean matrix theory. Based on the result of our research, we can construct new differentially 4-uniform permutations from known ones. In …

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Cryptography and Communications Discrete Structures, Boolean Functions and Sequences (CCDS) publishes high-quality papers discussing cryptography, error correcting codes, communications and their interactions. The journal provides a forum for the research communities of these domains, and covers all the fundamental and computational aspects of these fields.

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