Current Research Topics on Galois Geometrics by Leo Storme, Leo Storme, Jan De Beule

By Leo Storme, Leo Storme, Jan De Beule

Galois geometry is the speculation that bargains with substructures residing in projective areas over finite fields, also known as Galois fields. This gathered paintings offers present examine issues in Galois geometry, and their purposes. awarded subject matters contain classical items, blocking off units and caps in projective areas, substructures in finite classical polar areas, the polynomial strategy in Galois geometry, finite semifields, hyperlinks among Galois geometry and coding concept, in addition to hyperlinks among Galois geometry and cryptography.

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