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where is α is primitive in GF(2^6), is the only known example of an APN function CCZ-inequivalent to a monomial or quadratic function <ref>Edel Y, Pott A. A new almost perfect nonlinear function which is not quadratic. Adv. in Math. of Comm.. 2009 Feb 1;3(1):59-81.</ref> A [[:File:Cubic.txt|Magma implementation of the polynomial]] is available.
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where is α is primitive in GF(2^6), is the only known example of an APN function CCZ-inequivalent to a monomial or quadratic function <ref>Brinkmann M, Lender G. On the classification of APN functions up to dimension five. Des. Codes Cryptogr.,49 (2008), 273-288</ref><ref>Edel Y, Pott A. A new almost perfect nonlinear function which is not quadratic. Adv. in Math. of Comm.. 2009 Feb 1;3(1):59-81.</ref> A [[:File:Cubic.txt|Magma implementation of the polynomial]] is available.

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n = 6

The polynomial

x3 + α17(x17 + x18 + x20 + x24) + α14( Tr( α52x3 + α6x5 + α19x7 + α28x11 + α2x13) + (α2x)9 + (α2x)18 + (α2x)36 + x21 + x42)

where is α is primitive in GF(2^6), is the only known example of an APN function CCZ-inequivalent to a monomial or quadratic function [1][2] A Magma implementation of the polynomial is available.

  1. Brinkmann M, Lender G. On the classification of APN functions up to dimension five. Des. Codes Cryptogr.,49 (2008), 273-288
  2. Edel Y, Pott A. A new almost perfect nonlinear function which is not quadratic. Adv. in Math. of Comm.. 2009 Feb 1;3(1):59-81.