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Coding, Cryptography and Combinatorics

  • Keqin Feng
  • Harald Niederreiter
  • Chaoping Xing

Part of the Progress in Computer Science and Applied Logic book series (PCS, volume 23)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Invited Papers

  3. Contributed Papers

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 111-111
    2. Tor Helleseth, Jyrki Lahtonen, Petri Rosendahl
      Pages 169-176
    3. Françoise Levy-dit-Vehel, Ludovic Perret
      Pages 177-192
    4. Lei Li, Shoulun Long
      Pages 209-222
    5. San Ling, Patrick Solé
      Pages 223-226
    6. Jean-Francis Michon, Pierre Valarcher, Jean-Baptiste Yunès
      Pages 237-246
    7. Harald Niederreiter
      Pages 247-257
    8. Josef Pieprzyk, Huaxiong Wang
      Pages 277-288
    9. Charles C. Pinter
      Pages 289-301
    10. Xiaojian Tian, Cunsheng Ding
      Pages 319-330
    11. Hitoshi Tokushige, Jun Asatani, Marc P. C. Fossorier, Tadao Kasami
      Pages 331-343
    12. Yejing Wang, Luke McAven, Reihaneh Safavi-Naini
      Pages 345-358
    13. Huapeng Wu, M. Anwar Hasan, Ian F. Blake
      Pages 369-383
    14. Gang Yao, Feng Bao, Robert H. Deng
      Pages 385-396
    15. Gang Yao, Guilin Wang, Yong Wang
      Pages 397-405

About these proceedings

Introduction

It has long been recognized that there are fascinating connections between cod­ ing theory, cryptology, and combinatorics. Therefore it seemed desirable to us to organize a conference that brings together experts from these three areas for a fruitful exchange of ideas. We decided on a venue in the Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) region, one of the most scenic areas of China, so as to provide the additional inducement of an attractive location. The conference was planned for June 2003 with the official title Workshop on Coding, Cryptography and Combi­ natorics (CCC 2003). Those who are familiar with events in East Asia in the first half of 2003 can guess what happened in the end, namely the conference had to be cancelled in the interest of the health of the participants. The SARS epidemic posed too serious a threat. At the time of the cancellation, the organization of the conference was at an advanced stage: all invited speakers had been selected and all abstracts of contributed talks had been screened by the program committee. Thus, it was de­ cided to call on all invited speakers and presenters of accepted contributed talks to submit their manuscripts for publication in the present volume. Altogether, 39 submissions were received and subjected to another round of refereeing. After care­ ful scrutiny, 28 papers were accepted for publication.

Keywords

DES algorithms coding theory complexity cryptology finite field information information theory

Editors and affiliations

  • Keqin Feng
    • 1
  • Harald Niederreiter
    • 2
  • Chaoping Xing
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Mathematical SciencesTsinghua UniversityBeijingChina
  2. 2.Department of MathematicsNational University of SingaporeSingaporeRepublic of Singapore

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