# all one polynomial

## Primary tabs

Synonym:
all-one polynomial, AOP
Type of Math Object:
Definition
Major Section:
Reference

## Mathematics Subject Classification

### name?

To be honest, the name "all one" does not parse grammatically. The closest thing I can think of "all ones". Google finds references to both, but for some reason "all one" gets more hits.

Is this already established terminology? What is its source?

### Re: name?

I'm not sure where the term was first used, though I believe "all one" or "all-one" to be the norm (just to be safe I have the appropriate synonym). I have never heard of "all ones" or "all-ones". Just a quick search through IEEE TECS turns up 7 results, while "all ones" gets 0. The oldest result is:

Hasan, M.A.; Wang, M.; Bhargava, V.K.; Modular construction of low complexity parallel multipliers for a class of finite fields GF(2^m); Computers, IEEE Transactions on, Volume: 41, Issue: 8, Aug. 1992, Pages:962 - 971