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Constructions of bent functions
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In cryptography especially in block cipher design, Boolean functions are the basic elements. A cryptographic function should have high nonlinearity as it can be attacked by linear attack. In this thesis the highest possible nonlinear boolean functions in the even dimension, that is bent functions, basic properties and construction methods of bent functions are studied. Also normal bent functions and generalized bent functions are presented.
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F. Sulak, “Constructions of bent functions,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2006.