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dc.contributor.authorÖzkaya, Buketen
dc.contributor.authorGüneri, Cemen
dc.contributor.authorSayıcı, Selcenen
dc.identifier.citationGüneri, C., Özkaya, B., & Sayıcı , S. On linear complementary pair of nD cyclic codes. IEEE Communications Letters, 1-1. doi:10.1109/LCOMM.2018.2872046en
dc.description.abstractThe security parameter for a linear complementary pair (C,D) of codes is defined to be the minimum of the minimum distances d(C) and d(D⊥). Recently, Carlet et al. showed that if C and D are both cyclic or both two-dimensional (2D) cyclic linear complementary pair of codes, then C and D⊥ are equivalent codes. Hence, the security parameter for cyclic and 2D cyclic linear complementary pair of codes is simply d(C). We extend this result to nD cyclic linear complementary pair of codes. The proof of Carlet et al. for the 2D cyclic case is based on the trace representation of the codes, which is technical and nontrivial to generalize. Our proof for the generalization is based on the zero sets of the ideals corresponding to nD cyclic codes.en
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dc.relation.ispartofseriesIEEE Communications Lettersen
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dc.subjectLCP Of Codesen
dc.subjectnD Cyclic Codesen
dc.titleOn linear complementary pair of nD cyclic codesen
dc.typeJournal Articleen
dc.contributor.schoolSchool of Physical and Mathematical Sciencesen
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