Some results concerning generalized bent functions
Singh, Brajesh Kumar
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In this paper we investigate the properties of generalized bent functions defined on Zn/2 with values in Zq wherre q>2 is any positive integer. We characterize the class of generalized bent functions symmetric with respect to two variables, provide an analogue of Maiorana-McFarland type bent functions in the generalized set up. A class of bent functions called generalized spreads type is introduced and it is demonstrated that recently introduced Dillon type generalized bent functions and Maiorana-McFarland type generalized bent functions can be described as generalized spreads type functions. Thus unification of two different types of generalized bent functions is achieved.
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