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State Diagrams of a Class of Singular LFSR and Their Applications to the Construction of de Bruijn Cycles

@article{Wang2018StateDO,
  title={State Diagrams of a Class of Singular LFSR and Their Applications to the Construction of de Bruijn Cycles},
  author={Xiaofang Wang and Yujuan Sun and Weiguo Zhang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1805.00147}
}
The state diagrams of a class of singular linear feedback shift registers (LFSR) are discussed. It is shown that the state diagrams of the given LFSR have special structures. An algorithm is presented to construct a new class of de Bruijn cycles from the state diagrams of these singular LFSR. 

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