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2017

Highly Cited

2017

An <inline-formula> <tex-math notation="LaTeX">$(n,k,l)$ </tex-math></inline-formula> maximum distance separable (MDS) array code… Expand

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2016

2016

In this article, we analyze the circulant structure of generalized circulant matrices to reduce the search space for finding… Expand

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2016

2016

In the present paper, we investigate the problem of constructing MDS matrices with as few bit XOR operations as possible. The key… Expand

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2015

Highly Cited

2015

In this article, we provide new methods to look for lightweight MDS matrices, and in particular involutory ones. By proving many… Expand

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Highly Cited

2014

Highly Cited

2014

MDS matrices allow to build optimal linear diffusion layers in block ciphers. However, MDS matrices cannot be sparse and usually… Expand

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2010

Highly Cited

2010

In this paper, we first construct several classes of classical Hermitian self-orthogonal maximum distance separable (MDS) codes… Expand

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2008

Highly Cited

2008

Abstract In this paper we extend recent results on the existence and uniqueness of solutions of ODEs with non-smooth vector… Expand

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Highly Cited

1999

Highly Cited

1999

We present a new class of MDS (maximum distance separable) array codes of size n/spl times/n (n a prime number) called X-code… Expand

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Highly Cited

1999

Highly Cited

1999

Let F/sub q/ denote the finite field GF(q) and let h be a positive integer. MDS (maximum distance separable) codes over the… Expand

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Highly Cited

1977

Highly Cited

1977

Abstract We study the weight distribution of irreducible cyclic ( n , k ) codeswith block lengths n = n 1 (( q 1 − 1)/ N ), where… Expand

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