Known infinite families of quadratic APN polynomials over GF(2^n)

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Functions Conditions References
C1-C2 [1]
C3 , s.t. [2]
C4 [3]
C5 , [4]
C6 [4]
C7-C9 [5]
C10 even, and even, [6]
C11 satisfies the conditions in Theorem 3.6 of [7] [7]
C12 [8]
C13 [9]
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