TITLE

On Costas Sets and Costas Clouds

AUTHOR(S)
Drakakis, Konstantinos
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Abstract & Applied Analysis;2009, Special section p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We abstract the definition of the Costas property in the context of a group and study specifically dense Costas sets (named Costas clouds) in groups with the topological property that they are dense in themselves: as a result, we prove the existence of nowhere continuous dense bijections that satisfy the Costas property on Q2, R2, and C2, the latter two being based on nonlinear solutions of Cauchy's functional equation, as well as on Q, R, andC,which are, in effect, generalized Golomb rulers.We generalize theWelch and Golomb construction methods for Costas arrays to apply on R and C, and we prove that group isomorphisms on and tensor products of Costas sets result to new Costas sets with respect to an appropriate set of distance vectors. We also give two constructive examples of a nowhere continuous function that satisfies a constrained form of the Costas property (over rational or algebraic displacements only, i.e.), based on the indicator function of a dense subset of R.
ACCESSION #
55252806

 

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