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Explicit evaluation of Walsh transforms of a class of Gold type functions
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2018-03-01
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Cosgun, Ayhan
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Let K = F-2(k) denote the finite field of 2(k) elements. The Walsh transform of a class of Gold type functions f(x) = Tr-K (x(2a+1) + x(2b+1)), 0 <= a < b at alpha is an element of K is determined in recent results of Lahtonen et al. (2007) [7], Roy (2012) [10] and Cosgun et al. (2016) [2] under some restrictions on k, a, b and a. In this paper, we give explicit evaluation of the Walsh transforms off without any restriction on k, a, b and alpha. Therefore we improve and generalize the related results in literature. Furthermore, we evaluate the Walsh transform of a more general Gold type function f gamma(x) = Tr-K (gamma x(2a+1) + gamma x(2b+1)) 0 <= a < b at alpha is an element of K for any gamma is an element of F-2(k) boolean AND F-2(b-a) without any restriction on k, a, b and alpha.
Subject Keywords
Finite Fields
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Quadratic Forms
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Gold Type Functions
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Walsh Transform
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63384
Journal
FINITE FIELDS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ffa.2017.11.005
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Department of Mathematics, Article
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A. Cosgun, “Explicit evaluation of Walsh transforms of a class of Gold type functions,”
FINITE FIELDS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
, pp. 66–83, 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/63384.