Results on rotation symmetric bent and correlation immune Boolean function
Clark, John A.
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Recent research shows that the class of Rotation Symmetric Boolean Functions (RBFs), i.e., the class of Boolean functions that are invariant under circular translation of indices, is potentially rich in functions of cryptographic significance. Here we present new results regarding the Rotation Symmetric (rote) correlation immune (CI) and bent functions. We present important data structures for efficient search strategy of rots bent and CI functions. Further, we prove the nonexistance of homogeneous rots bent functins of degree > 3 on a single cycle.
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