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- T. Helleseth, A. Kholosha, G.J. Ness
- IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
- 2007

Considered is the distribution of the cross correlation between in-sequences of length 2<sup>2k</sup> -1, where m = 2k, and m-sequences of shorter length 2<sup>k</sup> -1. New pairs of m -sequences with three-valued cross correlation are found and the complete correlation distribution is determined. Finally, we conjecture that there are no more cases with a… (More)

- G.J. Ness, T. Helleseth
- 2006 IEEE International Symposium on Information…
- 2006

The crosscorrelation function between m-sequences of period 2<sup>m</sup> - 1, where m = 2k, and m-sequences of shorter period 2<sup>k</sup> - 1 is considered. A new pair of m-sequences with three-valued crosscorrelation is found and the complete correlation distribution is determined

- G.J. Ness, T. Helleseth
- IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
- 2007

The cross-correlation function between m-sequences of period 2<sup>m</sup> - 1, where m = 6k, and m-sequences of shorter period 2<sup>m/2</sup> - 1 is investigated. The first infinite family of pairs of m-sequences with four-valued cross correlation is constructed and the complete correlation distribution of this family is determined.

- G.J. Ness, T. Helleseth
- IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
- 2006

The distribution of the cross correlation between m-sequences of period 2<sup>m</sup>-1, where m=2k, and m-sequences of shorter period 2 <sup>k</sup>-1 is considered. A new pair of m-sequences with three-valued cross correlation is found and the complete correlation distribution is determined

- G W Ness, P F Gardiner, D C Secord, A W Taylor
- Revue canadienne de biologie
- 1975

Endurance capacity and the effects of different post-exercise states on skeletal muscle glycogen have been studied in rats trained by swimming or running and in sedentary controls. Regular endurance exercise resulted in increased skeletal muscle glycogen stores. A greater depletion was observed in trained animals than in non-trained animals after a training… (More)

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