Circulant weighing matrices

@article{Arasu2010CirculantWM,
  title={Circulant weighing matrices},
  author={K. Arasu and J. Seberry},
  journal={Cryptography and Communications},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={155-171}
}
  • K. Arasu, J. Seberry
  • Published 2010
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Cryptography and Communications
The existence status of previously open cases of circulant weighing matrices will be established using various techniques. The results fill in 52 missing entries in Strassler’s table of circulant weighing matrices (Strassler 1997), which considers matrices of order 1–200 with weight k ≤ 100. 

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