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Almost difference sets and their sequences with optimal autocorrelation
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Almost difference sets have interesting applications in cryptography and coding theory. Expand
Two-dimensional perfect quaternary arrays
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We study two-dimensional (2-D) arrays of fourth roots of unity which have all out-of-phase periodic autocorrelations equal to zero. Expand
Some New Difference Sets
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We construct (96, 20, 4) difference sets, thereby filling a missing entry in Lander's table with the answer “yes”. Expand
Self-dual codes over Fp and weighing matrices
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Self-dual codes constructed from Hadamard matrices and conference matrices . Expand
Circulant weighing matrices
  • K. Arasu, J. Seberry
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Cryptography and Communications
  • 1 September 2010
TLDR
The existence status of previously open cases of circulant weighing matrices will be established using various techniques. Expand
On the existence of periodic complementary binary sequences
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Using the connection between periodic complementary binary sequences and difference families given by Bömer and Antweiler [2], we use number theoretic techniques to obtain necessary conditions for their existence when two or three sequences are involved. Expand
On quasiregular collineation groups of projective planes
  • K. Arasu, A. Pott
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Des. Codes Cryptogr.
  • 1 May 1991
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We investigate quasiregular collineation groups Γ of type (d) in the Dembowski-Piper classification. Expand
Sequences and arrays with desirable correlation properties
  • K. Arasu
  • Computer Science
  • Information Security, Coding Theory and Related…
  • 2011
TLDR
Binary perfect sequences and their variations have applications in various areas such as signal processing, synchronizing and distance measuring radars. Expand
Study of proper circulant weighing matrices with weight 9
TLDR
We provide the first theoretical proof of the spectrum of orders n for which circulant weighing matrices with weight 9 exist. Expand
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