Bent functions, MRD codes, plateaued functions and Alltop functions



Bent and semibent functions via linear translators
Koçak, Neşe; Mesnager, Sihem; Özbudak, Ferruh (null; 2015-12-17)
The paper is dealing with two important subclasses of plateaued functions: bent and semi-bent functions. In the first part of the paper, we construct mainly bent and semi-bent functions in the Maiorana-McFarland class using Boolean functions having linear structures (linear translators) systematically. Although most of these results are rather direct applications of some recent results, using linear structures (linear translators) allows us to have certain flexibilities to control extra properties of these ...
Lax tensors, killing tensors and geometric duality
Baleanu, D; Karasu, Emine Ayşe (1999-12-07)
The solution of the Lax tensor equations in the case L-alpha beta gamma = -L-beta alpha gamma was analyzed. The Lax tensors on the dual metrics were investigated. We classified all two-dimensional metrics having the symmetric Lax tensor L-alpha beta gamma. The Lax tensors of the flat space, Rindler system and its dual were found.
Moving mesh discontinuous Galerkin methods for PDEs with traveling waves
UZUNCA, MURAT; Karasözen, Bülent; Kucukseyhan, T. (2017-01-01)
In this paper, a moving mesh discontinuous Galerkin (dG) method is developed for nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs) with traveling wave solutions. The moving mesh strategy for one dimensional PDEs is based on the rezoning approach which decouples the solution of the PDE from the moving mesh equation. We show that the dG moving mesh method is able to resolve sharp wave fronts and wave speeds accurately for the optimal, arc-length and curvature monitor functions. Numerical results reveal the effi...
Conical crack problem in a finite layer
Kamanlı, Mustafa; Yahşi, Selçuk; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1991)
Axial vector transition form factors of N -> Delta in QCD
Küçükarslan, Ayşe; Özdem, Ulaş; Özpineci, Altuğ (Elsevier BV, 2016-12)
The isovector axial vector form factors of N -> Delta transition are calculated by employing Light-cone QCD sum rules. The analytical results are analyzedby both the conventional method, and also by a Monte Carlo based approach which allows one to scan all of the parameter space. The predictions are also compared with the results in the literature, where available. Although the MonteCarlo analysis predicts large uncertainties in the predicted results, the predictions obtained by the conventional analysis ar...
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F. Özbudak, “Bent functions, MRD codes, plateaued functions and Alltop functions,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: