Some permutations and complete permutation polynomials over finite fields

2019-01-01
Ongan, Pinar
GÜLMEZ TEMÜR, BURCU
In this paper we determine b is an element of F-qn*. for which the polynomial f(x) = x(s+1) + bx is an element of F-qn[x] is a permutation polynomial and determine b is an element of F-gn* for which the polynomial f(x) = x(s+1)+ bx is an element of F(q)n [x] is a complete permutation polynomial where s = q(n)-1/t, t is an element of Z(+) such that t vertical bar q(n) - 1.
TURKISH JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS

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Citation Formats
P. Ongan and B. GÜLMEZ TEMÜR, “Some permutations and complete permutation polynomials over finite fields,” TURKISH JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS, pp. 2154–2160, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/66065.