Relative finite field extensions¶
Considering a absolute field \(F_{q^m}\) and a relative_field \(F_q\), with \(q = p^s\), \(p\) being a prime and \(s, m\) being integers, this file contains a class to take care of the representation of \(F_{q^m}\)-elements as \(F_q\)-elements.
Warning
As this code is experimental, a warning is thrown when a
relative finite field extension is created for the first time
in a session (see sage.misc.superseded.experimental
).
- class sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension.RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(absolute_field, relative_field, embedding=None)¶
Bases:
sage.structure.sage_object.SageObject
Considering \(p\) a prime number, n an integer and three finite fields \(F_p\), \(F_q\) and \(F_{q^m}\), this class contains a set of methods to manage the representation of elements of the relative extension \(F_{q^m}\) over \(F_q\).
INPUT:
absolute_field
,relative_field
– two finite fields,relative_field
being a subfield ofabsolute_field
embedding
– (default:None
) an homomorphism fromrelative_field
toabsolute_field
. IfNone
is provided, it will default to the first homomorphism of the list of homomorphisms Sage can build.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) Relative field extension between Finite Field in aa of size 2^4 and Finite Field in a of size 2^2
It is possible to specify the embedding to use from
relative_field
toabsolute_field
:sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq, embedding=Hom(Fq, Fqm)[1]) sage: FE.embedding() == Hom(Fq, Fqm)[1] True
- absolute_field()¶
Returns the absolute field of
self
.EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.absolute_field() Finite Field in aa of size 2^4
- absolute_field_basis()¶
Returns a basis of the absolute field over the prime field.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.absolute_field_basis() [1, aa, aa^2, aa^3]
- absolute_field_degree()¶
Let \(F_p\) be the base field of our absolute field \(F_{q^m}\). Returns \(sm\) where \(p^{sm} = q^{m}\)
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.absolute_field_degree() 4
- absolute_field_representation(a)¶
Returns an absolute field representation of the relative field vector
a
.INPUT:
a
– a vector in the relative extension field
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: b = aa^3 + aa^2 + aa + 1 sage: rel = FE.relative_field_representation(b) sage: FE.absolute_field_representation(rel) == b True
- cast_into_relative_field(b, check=True)¶
Casts an absolute field element into the relative field (if possible). This is the inverse function of the field embedding.
INPUT:
b
– an element of the absolute field which also lies in the relative field.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: phi = FE.embedding() sage: b = aa^2 + aa sage: FE.is_in_relative_field(b) True sage: FE.cast_into_relative_field(b) a sage: phi(FE.cast_into_relative_field(b)) == b True
- embedding()¶
Returns the embedding which is used to go from the relative field to the absolute field.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.embedding() Ring morphism: From: Finite Field in a of size 2^2 To: Finite Field in aa of size 2^4 Defn: a |--> aa^2 + aa
- extension_degree()¶
Return \(m\), the extension degree of the absolute field over the relative field.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(64) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.extension_degree() 3
- is_in_relative_field(b)¶
Returns
True
ifb
is in the relative field.INPUT:
b
– an element of the absolute field.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.is_in_relative_field(aa^2 + aa) True sage: FE.is_in_relative_field(aa^3) False
- prime_field()¶
Returns the base field of our absolute and relative fields.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.prime_field() Finite Field of size 2
- relative_field()¶
Returns the relative field of
self
.EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.relative_field() Finite Field in a of size 2^2
- relative_field_basis()¶
Returns a basis of the relative field over the prime field.
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.relative_field_basis() [1, a]
- relative_field_degree()¶
Let \(F_p\) be the base field of our relative field \(F_q\). Returns \(s\) where \(p^s = q\)
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: FE.relative_field_degree() 2
- relative_field_representation(b)¶
Returns a vector representation of the field element
b
in the basis of the absolute field over the relative field.INPUT:
b
– an element of the absolute field
EXAMPLES:
sage: from sage.coding.relative_finite_field_extension import * sage: Fqm.<aa> = GF(16) sage: Fq.<a> = GF(4) sage: FE = RelativeFiniteFieldExtension(Fqm, Fq) sage: b = aa^3 + aa^2 + aa + 1 sage: FE.relative_field_representation(b) (1, a + 1)