Mappings of Butson-type Hadamard matrices
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A BH(q,n) Butson-type Hadamard matrix H is an n×n matrix over the complex qth roots of unity that fulfils HH∗=nIn. It is well known that a BH(4,n) matrix can be used to construct a BH(2,2n) matrix, that is, a real Hadamard matrix. This method is here generalised to construct a BH(q,pn) matrix from a BH(pq,n) matrix, where q has at most two distinct prime divisors, one of them being p. Moreover, an algorithm for finding the domain of the mapping from its codomain in the case p=q=2 is developed and used to classify the BH(4,16) matrices from a classification of the BH(2,32) matrices.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Sep 2018|
|MoE publication type||A1 Journal article-refereed|
- Butson-type Hadamard matrix, Classification, Complex matrix, Mapping, Monomial equivalence