Journals in Combinatorics and Related Fields  
Designs, Codes and Cryptography

Editors-in-Chief: D. Jungnickel, J.D. Key and P. Wild
ISSN: 0925-1022 (Paper)
ISSN: 1573-7586 (Online)
Publisher: Springer Netherlands

Designs, Codes and Cryptography


Designs, Codes and Cryptography is an archival peer-reviewed technical journal publishing survey and original papers in the designated areas. There is a great deal of activity in design theory, coding theory and cryptography and recently there has been considerable research done which brings together more than one of the subjects. Journals currently exist for each of the individual areas but none encourage the interaction of the disciplines.

Some of these journals emphasize only the theoretical aspects of each subject, some only the practical. Designs, Codes and Cryptography provides a forum for high quality papers of both a theoretical and a practical nature which bridge more than one of these areas. The scope of the journal is wider. Papers emphasizing the algebraic and geometric aspects of any of the areas will be considered with papers touching more than one of the areas being especially welcome.

The journal is being distributed to engineers, mathematicians, computer scientists and other in education, industry and government.

Editorial Board


Dieter Jungnickel
University of Augsburg, Germany

Jennifer D. Key
Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Clemson University, SC, USA

Peter Wild
Dept. of Mathematics, University of London, UK

Editorial Board:

K.T. Arasu
Wright State University, USA

S. Ball
Queen Mary University of London, UK

E. Bannai
Kyushu University, Japan

A. Blokhuis
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

C. Boyd
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

G. Brassard
University of Montreal, Canada

A.R. Calderbank
Princeton University, USA

P. Camion
National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation, France

P.V. Ceccherini
University of Rome, Italy

P. Charpin
INRIA, France

C.J. Colbourn
Arizona State University, USA

M.J. de Resmini
University of Rome, Italy

A. Enge
Ecole Polytechnique, France

S. Galbraith
Royal Holloway University of London, UK

S. Gao
Clemson University, USA

T. Helleseth
University of Bergen, Norway

R. Hill
University of Salford, UK

J.W.P. Hirschfeld
University of Sussex, UK

H. Imai
University of Tokyo, Japan

J. Jedwab
Simon Fraser University, Canada

K. Koyama
NTT Research Laboratories, Japan

P. Landrock
Aarhus University, Denmark

G. McGuire
National University of Ireland, Ireland

O. Moreno
University of Puerto Rico, USA

G. Mullen
Pennsylvania State University, USA

R.C. Mullin
University of Waterloo, Canada

A.M. Odlyzko
AT&T Labs - Research, USA

C.M. O'Keefe
CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences, Australia

A. Pott
University of Augsburg, Germany

C.E. Praeger
The University of Western Australia, Australia

D.K. Ray-Chaudhuri
The Ohio State University, USA

L. Teirlinck
Auburn University, USA

V.D. Tonchev
Michigan Technological University, USA

P.D. van Oorschot
Entrust Technologies, USA

S.A. Vanstone
University of Waterloo, Canada

H. van Tilborg
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

H. Wang
Macquarie University, Australia

J. Wolfmann
Universit¨¦ de Toulon et du Var, France

V.A. Zinoviev
Institute for Problems of Information Transmission, Russia

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