Differentially 4-uniform permutations

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and t is odd [1][2]
and t is odd [3]
(inverse) [2][4]
and t is odd [5]
is odd, and is a primitive element in [6]
is even [7]
and [7]
is a quadratic APN permutation on

t is odd [9]
is even or are odd, [10]
are odd, [11]

is even
is function
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