By Huaxiong Wang, Yongqing Li, Shengyuan Zhang
Li Y., Ling S., Niederreiter H., Wang H., Xing C. (eds.) Coding and Cryptology.. lawsuits of the overseas Workshop, Wuyi Mountain, Fujian, China, 11-15 June 2007 (WS, 2008)(ISBN 9812832238)(O)(288s)
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It (n) is upper bounded by 21+n/2 n/2 , but this upper bound is approximately in Ω 2 √ n n/2 √ 2 2π , and is therefore asymptotically huge. 2 is not automatically verified, we still need to exhibit a related infinite class of functions. In ref. 8 is asserted that the function whose support equals the union of the set of vectors of weight n2 − 4 and of the set of vectors of weights at least n2 except those of weight n2 + 4 has optimum algebraic immunity. This result is probably false (see ref. 5) – it is true up to some (even) value of n.