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Discrete logarithm like problems and linear recurring sequences
Santos González Llorenç Huguet Consuelo Martínez Hugo Villafañe
Advances in Mathematics of Communications 2013, 7(2): 187-195 doi: 10.3934/amc.2013.7.187
In this paper we study the hardness of some discrete logarithm like problems defined in linear recurring sequences over finite fields from a point of view as general as possible. The intractability of these problems plays a key role in the security of the class of public key cryptographic constructions based on linear recurring sequences. We define new discrete logarithm, Diffie-Hellman and decisional Diffie-Hellman problems for any nontrivial linear recurring sequence in any finite field whose minimal polynomial is irreducible. Then, we prove that these problems are polynomially equivalent to the discrete logarithm, Diffie-Hellman and decisional Diffie-Hellman problems in the subgroup generated by any root of the minimal polynomial of the sequence.
keywords: hardness assumptions. public key cryptography Discrete logarithm problem linear recurring sequences Diffie Hellman problem compact representation
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New examples of non-abelian group codes
Cristina García Pillado Santos González Victor Markov Consuelo Martínez Alexandr Nechaev
Advances in Mathematics of Communications 2016, 10(1): 1-10 doi: 10.3934/amc.2016.10.1
In previous papers [4,5,6] we gave the first example of a non-abelian group code using the group ring $F_5S_4$. It is natural to ask if it is really relevant that the group ring is semisimple. What happens if the field has characteristic $2$ or $3$? We have addressed this question, with computer help, proving that there are also examples of non-abelian group codes in the non-semisimple case. The results show some interesting differences between the cases of characteristic $2$ and $3$. Furthermore, using the group $SL(2,F_3)$, we construct a non-abelian group code over $F_2$ of length $24$, dimension $6$ and minimal weight $10$. This code is optimal in the following sense: every linear code over $F_2$ with length $24$ and dimension $6$ has minimum distance less than or equal to $10$. In the case of abelian group codes over $F_2$ the above value for the minimum distance cannot be achieved, since the minimum distance of a binary abelian group code with the given length and dimension 6 is at most 8.
keywords: semisimplicity permutation equivalence. Abelian group code weight distribution Group code

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