Academic Staff and Fellows

CHINEN Koji
Associate Professor Ph D (Mathematical Sciences)
Department/Science  Graduate school/Science Science(兼担)

Coding theory is about ways to properly relay information. It is a comprehensive theory that is the result of numerous mathematical developments. Research is conducted with a focus on algebra, including coding theory as a mathematical theory and related group theory, and ring theory. Research is also conducted into analytic number theory as it relates to ciphers.

How are the prime numbers distributed ?

Research Area Analytic Number Theory, Coding Theory
Research Interests Dostribution of primitive roots and residual orders, Zeta functions of codes and invariant polynomials
Selected Publications (1) Chinen, K. : Extremal invariant polynomials not satisfying the Riemann hypothesis, Appl. Algebra Engrg. Comm. Comput. 30-4 (2019), 275-284.
(2) Chinen, K. : Divisible formal weight enumerators and extremal polynomials not satisfying the Riemann hypothesis, Discrete Math. 342 (2019), Article 111601.
(3) Chinen, K. : On some families of certain divisible polynomials and their zeta functions, to appear in Tokyo J. Math.
Research and Achievements

Applicable Algebra Laboratory

E-mail chinen(at)math.kindai.ac.jp
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Academic Staff and Fellows