Special Issue "Computational Algebra, Coding Theory and Cryptography: Theory and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 February 2024 | Viewed by 989
Interests: algebraic coding theory; commutative algebra; hypercompositional algebra; ordered algebra; lattice theory
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This Special Issue’s main purpose is to explore new encoding and decoding procedures based on different algebraic structures. In other words, this refers to the application of algebraic structures in error-control codes to find new algorithms that increase the number of errors that can be corrected and the speed of the encoding and decoding procedure. These algebraic structures have included commutative algebras, computational algebras, ordered algebras and hyper compositional algebras, emphasizing new combinatorial aspects related to lattice theory, theory of category, graph theory, and modeling.
This Special Issue accepts original and high-level contributions, where a connection between algebraic structures and coding theory or cryptography is presented. New theoretical aspects as well as practical applications representing current research directions on this topic are welcome. We also invite authors to submit high-quality review papers on the aforementioned topic.
Dr. Hashem Bordbar
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- algebraic structures
- coding theory
- linear codes
- quantum codes
- polycyclic codes
- self-dual codes
- Hermitian codes
- quasicyclic codes
- codes over rings