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Shift Register Sequences
The Revised Edition of Shift Register Sequences contains a comprehensive bibliography of some 400 entries which cover the literature concerning the theory and applications of shift register sequences. Expand
Signal Design for Good Correlation: For Wireless Communication, Cryptography, and Radar
This paper presents a meta-analyses of correlation in cyclic Hadamard sequences and its applications to radar, sonar, and synchronization, and describes the properties of correlation as well as applications to Boolean functions. Expand
Run-length encodings.
Run-length encodings, determining explicit form of Huffman coding when applied to geometric distribution
Applications of numbered undirected graphs
An attempt has been made to systematically present all of these diverse applications ofumbered undirected graphs in a unifying framework and to indicate the existence of additional applications and to suggest directions for additional research. Expand
Constructions and properties of Costas arrays
A Costas array is an n × n array of dots and blanks with exactly one dot in each row and column, and with distinct vector differences between all pairs of dots. As a frequency-hop pattern for radarExpand
HOW TO NUMBER A GRAPH††This research was supported in part by the United States Air Force under Grant AFOSR-68-1555.
Publisher Summary This chapter explains the way of numbering a graph. The problem of numbering a graph is to assign integers to the nodes so as to achieve G(Г). The principal questions which arise inExpand
Backtrack Programming
A widely used method of efftcient search is examined in detail and its scope and methods are formulated in their full generality. Expand
Generalized Barker sequences
A generalized Barker sequence is a finite sequence \{a_{r}\} of complex numbers having absolute value 1 , and possessing a correlation function C(\tau) satisfying the constraint |C(\tau)| \leq 1,Expand
A new construction of 64-QAM golay complementary sequences
  • Heekwan Lee, S. Golomb
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
  • 1 April 2006
The peak envelope power (PEP) of 64-QAM Golay sequences is shown to be bounded by 4.66n, based on the earlier construction of new offsets of 16- QAM Golays sequences which are also presented here. Expand