Sequences and Their Applications - SETA 2010: 6th International Conference, Paris, France, September 13-17, 2010. Proceedings by Claude CarletSequences and Their Applications - SETA 2010: 6th International Conference, Paris, France, September 13-17, 2010. Proceedings by Claude Carlet

Sequences and Their Applications - SETA 2010: 6th International Conference, Paris, France…

byClaude CarletEditorAlexander Pott

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This volumecontainstherefereedproceedingsoftheSixth International Conf- ence on Sequences and Their Applications (SETA 2010), held in Paris, France, September 13-17, 2010. The previous ?ve conferences were held in Singapore (RepublicofSingapore),Bergen(Norway),Seoul(SouthKorea),Beijing(China) and Lexington (USA). Topics of SETA include: - Randomness of sequences - Correlation (periodic and aperiodic types) and combinatorial aspects of - quences (di?erence sets) - Sequences with applications in coding theory and cryptography - Sequences over ?nite ?elds/rings/function ?elds - Linear and nonlinear feedback shift register sequences - Sequences for radar distance ranging, synchronization, identi?cation, and hardware testing - Sequences for wireless communication - Pseudorandom sequence generators - Boolean and vectorial functions for sequences, coding and/or cryptography - Multidimensional sequences and their correlation properties - Linear and nonlinear complexity of sequences The Technical Program Committee of SETA 2010 refereed 56 submitted - pers. Each paper was reviewed by at least 2 referees (at least 3 when an author was a TPC member) and the TPC selected 33 papers to be presented at the conference. In addition, we had 4 invited papers, byRobert Calderbank(Prin- ton University, USA), James Massey (retired from ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Jong-Seon No (Seoul National University, South Korea) and Arne Winterhof ¨ (Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Austria). TheCo-chairsoftheTPCwereClaudeCarlet(Universit´ eParis8,France)and Alexander Pott (Otto-von-Guericke-Universit¨ at, Magdeburg, Germany). They wish to thank the other members of the ProgramCommittee: Thierry P.
Title:Sequences and Their Applications - SETA 2010: 6th International Conference, Paris, France…Format:PaperbackDimensions:465 pagesPublished:September 1, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642158730

ISBN - 13:9783642158735


Table of Contents

Invited Paper.- Low Correlation Zone Sequences.- Algorithmic Aspects.- Decimation Generator of Zadoff-Chu Sequences.- An Algorithm for Constructing a Fastest Galois NLFSR Generating a Given Sequence.- Acquisition Times of Contiguous and Distributed Marker Sequences: A Cross-Bifix Analysis.- Frequency Hopping.- Lower Bounds on the Average Partial Hamming Correlations of Frequency Hopping Sequences with Low Hit Zone.- New Families of Frequency-Hopping Sequences of Length mN Derived from the k-Fold Cyclotomy.- Multiple Access Systems.- User-Irrepressible Sequences.- New Optimal Variable-Weight Optical Orthogonal Codes.- Invited Paper.- Recent Results on Recursive Nonlinear Pseudorandom Number Generators.- Linear Complexity.- A General Approach to Construction and Determination of the Linear Complexity of Sequences Based on Cosets.- On the Autocorrelation and the Linear Complexity of q-Ary Prime n-Square Sequences.- An Improved Approximation Algorithm for Computing the k-Error Linear Complexity of Sequences Using the Discrete Fourier Transform.- Finite Fields.- Transformations on Irreducible Binary Polynomials.- Power Permutations in Dimension 32.- Character Sums.- Multiplicative Character Sums with Counter-Dependent Nonlinear Congruential Pseudorandom Number Generators.- Ternary Kloosterman Sums Modulo 18 Using Stickelberger's Theorem.- Merit Factor.- Appended m-Sequences with Merit Factor Greater than 3.34.- FCSR.- A With-Carry Walsh Transform.- Clock-Controlled FCSR Sequence with Large Linear Complexity.- Vectorial Conception of FCSR.- Hadamard Matrices and Transforms.- Fourier Duals of Björck Sequences.- New Constructions of Complete Non-cyclic Hadamard Matrices, Related Function Families and LCZ Sequences.- Cryptography.- ?4-Nonlinearity of a Constructed Quaternary Cryptographic Functions Class.- A Public Key Cryptosystem Based upon Euclidean Addition Chains.- Optimal Authentication Codes from Difference Balanced Functions.- Invited Paper.- New Extensions and Applications of Welch-Bound-Equality Sequence Sets.- Statistical Analysis.- Evaluation of Randomness Test Results for Short Sequences.- Statistical Analysis of Search for Set of Sequences in Random and Framed Data.- Boolean Functions and Related Problems.- On the Nonlinearity of Discrete Logarithm in .- On a Conjecture about Binary Strings Distribution.- Nega-Hadamard Transform, Bent and Negabent Functions.- Synchronization of Boolean Dynamical Systems: A Spectral Characterization.- Nonbinary Sequences.- Some Constructions of Almost-Perfect, Odd-Perfect and Perfect Polyphase and Almost-Polyphase Sequences.- Almost p-Ary Perfect Sequences.- Sequences, Bent Functions and Jacobsthal Sums.- Infinite Sequences.- Infinite Sequences with Finite Cross-Correlation.- Invited Paper.- Reed Muller Sensing Matrices and the LASSO.