- A new source of seed pairs for Golay sequences of length 2m Frank Fiedler Jonathan Jedwab Amy Wiebe
- A multi-dimensional approach to the construction and enumeration of Golay complementary sequences
- Advances in Mathematics of Communications Web site: http://www.aimSciences.org Volume X, No. 0X, 200X, XXX
- Quaternary Golay sequence pairs II: Odd length Richard G. Gibson and Jonathan Jedwab
- A Framework for the Construction of Golay Sequences Frank Fiedler Jonathan Jedwab Matthew G. Parker
- Golay complementary array pairs Jonathan Jedwab Matthew G. Parker
- Comment on "The Hadamard circulant conjecture" Robert Craigen Jonathan Jedwab
- Appended m-sequences with merit factor greater than 3.34 Jonathan Jedwab Kai-Uwe Schmidt
- A construction of binary Golay sequence pairs from odd-length Barker sequences
- Advances in Mathematics of Communications Web site: http://www.aimSciences.org Volume 00, No. 0, 2007, 1
- How Do More Golay Sequences Arise? Frank Fiedler Jonathan Jedwab
- A Survey of the Merit Factor Problem for Binary Sequences Jonathan Jedwab
- A uni ed approach to di erence sets with gcd(v; n) > 1 James A. Davis, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
- THE L4 NORM OF LITTLEWOOD POLYNOMIALS DERIVED FROM THE JACOBI SYMBOL
- Contemporary Mathematics The merit factor of binary sequence families
- PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY
- Peak-to-mean power control in OFDM, Golay complementary sequences and Reed-Muller codes
- Quaternary Golay sequence pairs I: Even length Richard G. Gibson and Jonathan Jedwab
- On the non-existence of a projective (75, 4, 12, 5) set in PG(3, 7) Aaron C.S. Chan James A. Davis Jonathan Jedwab
- Contemporary Mathematics What can be used instead of a Barker sequence?
- The Peak Sidelobe Level of Families of Binary Sequences Jonathan Jedwab Kayo Yoshida
- There are no Barker arrays having more than two dimensions Jonathan Jedwab Matthew G. Parker
- The design of the IEEE 802.12 coding scheme Simon E.C. Crouch James A. Davis Jonathan Jedwab
- Barker arrays II --odd number of elements Jonathan Jedwab
- A new method of analysis for the n-card problem Justin H.C. Chan Jonathan Jedwab
- Comment on revised version of "The Hadamard circulant conjecture"
- Wavelength Isolation Sequence Pairs J. Jedwab and J. Wodlinger