Sequences and Their Applications - SETA 2004: Third International Conference, Seoul, Korea, October 24-28, 2004, Revised Selected Papers / Edition 1

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sequences and Their Applications, SETA 2004, held in Seoul, Korea in October 2004.

The 30 revised full papers presented together with 4 invited survey articles were carefully selected during two rounds of reviewing and improvement from initially 59 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on complexity of sequences, perfect sequences, sequence construction, sequences modulo z, sequence generator properties and applications, multi-dimensional sequences, optics and OFDM applications, and polynomials and functions.

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Invited Papers.- A Survey of Some Recent Results on Bent Functions.- A Survey of the Merit Factor Problem for Binary Sequences.- A Survey of Feedback with Carry Shift Registers.- Univariate and Multivariate Merit Factors.- Complexity of Sequences I.- Discrete Fourier Transform, Joint Linear Complexity and Generalized Joint Linear Complexity of Multisequences.- Expected Value of the Linear Complexity of Two-Dimensional Binary Sequences.- Asymptotic Behavior of Normalized Linear Complexity of Multi-sequences.- A Unified View on Sequence Complexity Measures as Isometries.- Complexity of Sequences II.- One-Error Linear Complexity over F p of Sidelnikov Sequences.- On the Generalized Lauder-Paterson Algorithm and Profiles of the k-Error Linear Complexity for Exponent Periodic Sequences.- On the Computation of the Linear Complexity and the k-Error Linear Complexity of Binary Sequences with Period a Power of Two.- On the 2-Adic Complexity and the k-Error 2-Adic Complexity of Periodic Binary Sequences.- Perfect Sequences.- Almost-Perfect and Odd-Perfect Ternary Sequences.- Cross-Correlation Properties of Perfect Binary Sequences.- Sequence Constructions.- New Sets of Binary and Ternary Sequences with Low Correlation.- Improved p-ary Codes and Sequence Families from Galois Rings.- Quadriphase Sequences Obtained from Binary Quadratic Form Sequences.- New Families of p-Ary Sequences from Quadratic Form with Low Correlation and Large Linear Span.- Sequences over— m .- On the Distribution of Some New Explicit Nonlinear Congruential Pseudorandom Numbers.- Distribution of r-Patterns in the Most Significant Bit of a Maximum Length Sequence over .- Sequence Generator Properties and Applications.- Algebraic Feedback Shift Registers Based on Function Fields.- New LFSR-Based Cryptosystems and the Trace Discrete Log Problem (Trace-DLP).- Cryptanalysis of a Particular Case of Klimov-Shamir Pseudo-Random Generator.- Generating Functions Associated with Random Binary Sequences Consisting of Runs of Lengths 1 and 2.- Multi-dimensional Sequences.- Multi-continued Fraction Algorithm and Generalized B-M Algorithm over F 2.- A New Search for Optimal Binary Arrays with Minimum Peak Sidelobe Levels.- New Constructions of Quaternary Hadamard Matrices.- Spectral Orbits and Peak-to-Average Power Ratio of Boolean Functions with Respect to the {I,H,N} n Transform.- Optics and OFDM Applications.- New Constructions and Bounds for 2-D Optical Orthogonal Codes.- Topics on Optical Orthogonal Codes.- Weighted Degree Trace Codes for PAPR Reduction.- Polynomials and Functions.- Which Irreducible Polynomials Divide Trinomials over GF(2)?.- Auorrelation Properties of Resilient Functions and Three-Valued Almost-Optimal Functions Satisfying PC(p).- Group Algebras and Correlation Immune Functions.

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